Monday, March 22, 2021

#EasterGiftGuide - Calm Strips to Help With Anxiety and Fidgeting!

 *DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Calm Strips for providing product samples in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own. 

We have a very unique product to share with you today and it would go perfectly in any Easter basket...Calm Strips!

"Calm Strips are textured sensory adhesives. They are crafted to help with anxiety and fidgeting by grounding you in a calming scene and giving you a gentle, but textured, surface as a stimulus. You can scratch at them with your nails if you are looking for a rougher feel, or rub them with your fingertip for a more soothing experience. For those that pick at their skin or nails, you can pick at edges of your Calm Strips."

Pretty cool, right?  Cal Strips come in a variety of beautiful, colorful designs and textures and each pack comes in an envelope with a lovely quote on the outside.

Calm Strips are water resistant and adhere well to pretty much any hard surface.  They leave little to no residue when removed and can be reused once removed.

Did you know that research shows a strong correlation between fidgeting and increased memory and creativity?  Applying Calm Strips on your laptop or desk can give you something to do with your fingers while working or schooling.  No need for clunky fidget toys, these adhesives do the job!

Better still, Calm Strips support a number of charitable organizations that are doing good work in their communities by donating products and funds to organizations that address mental health.

We are really enjoying using our Calm Strips during work and school.  They look great and I've noticed more focus in the kids while they are doing computer-based lessons.  A is a fidgeter and she loves having the strips to scratch and pick at, especially while doing Geometry.  Yay for Calm Strips!

If you have kiddos who need a little sensory relief while doing schoolwork or even relaxing, add Calm Strips to the Easter basket and give them something safe and calming to do with their hands this Spring!

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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