In periods of high stress, anxiety, or panic, you might find that using a grounding technique is a helpful way of immediately connecting with the present moment. Many grounding techniques are rooted in the senses as a way to remind ourselves and our bodies that the present moment is safe. For example, one of our favorite grounding techniques is 5-4-3-2-1 whereby you say, out loud, 5 things you see, 4 things you feel, 3 things you hear, 2 things you smell, and 1 thing you taste.
In the spirit of 5-4-3-2-1, we wanted to root our gift guide in the senses. This specific guide is focused on taste. Whether you’re learning a new recipe on your own or taking a virtual cooking class – these suggestions are aimed at helping you feel grounded through things you can taste.
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- Cookbooks (pictured from left to right): The Full Plate by Ayesha Curry, Cravings by Chrissy Teigen
- Water Bottles (pictured): 32 oz Motivational Water Bottle
- Coffee & Tea Sets (pictured): “Lots of Love” Llama Mug + Chamomile Tea
- Snacks, Sauces, & Spices (pictured): Movie Night Popcorn Gift Set
- Virtual Cooking Classes (pictured): The Chef & The Dish
- Mugs (pictured): Yeti Rambler 14 oz Mug (additional sizes available)
Other favorites (not pictured):
>Gift card to local restaurant (#shopsmall)
>Picnic Kit (Basket + Blanket) or Blanket Only
>Bamboo Cutting Board
>Cheese Board & Knife Set