Sensory Stories # 69: Making holiday destinations work best for you
Posted: 20 December, 2022
By: Marieta du Toit
Everyone has a favorite holiday destination but they usually have tales of bad holidays as well.
Marieta explores holiday options for sensory roots! Listen to her video to see how holidaying from a low threshold, sensory-wired person looks and pick up some tips and tricks to ease the holiday stress and help family relationships survive. She explains why it’s so important for roots to have their own quiet space that they can go to and just relax and calm down and have a little bit of quiet time regardless of where your destination is. How to deal with having a holiday with your family that’s in a busy space, or in a busy town and you’re not up to all the noise and decision making and franticness, you know how some people in families jam their holidays full of activities. She explains the importance for those with low sensory thresholds to forward plan to have enough free time so that they can take that quiet space and have an in between break, away from people, away from too many sensory stimuli just to give their nervous systems a little bit of a break.
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👩🏼🎓 Marieta qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1999 and has been living out her vocational passion since then: helping clients achieve happy, healthy, productive lives. She has been part of the Sensory Intelligence® team since 2017. Marieta has a special interest in combining neurology, sensory regulation and human behaviour in the modern world, thereby facilitating self-awareness and improved quality of life for clients. Due to the increase of stressors in people’s everyday lives, she enjoys guiding people towards better understanding of their own Sensory Matrix™ scores.