“If everyone would just have a bit more awareness of their immediate surroundings life would be so much more pleasant.”
My friend Anna is so right on. This was her comment as we sat in a local restaurant on a very cold January evening. Continue reading “Awareness, Attention and Posture”
Let’s face it, part of the problem with working on your posture is that your posture is happening all the time. Your posture is what you’re doing right now. Not how you were sitting 10 minutes ago. And not how you’re going to be standing 10 minutes from now.
You’ve got to figure out some manageable way to pay some attention to yourself a little more often during the day. That’s the real challenge.
I have a suggestion. Continue reading “Posture and Your Circle of Attention”
You’re getting older. So am I. (I’m actually turning 50 later this year. I can hardly believe it!)
As you get older, things change. You change.
And yet, you often keep things around you the same.
This can be a problem. Continue reading “This Small Investment Could Save You a Big Headache (literally)”
Your laptop is a great tool. Take your computer with you on the go. Work wherever you want. A great deal of freedom is to be had with a laptop.
However, precisely because they are mobile, laptops pose some unique postural problems. Continue reading “The Upside and Downside of Your Laptop”
When I was younger my mom and I would make a weekly trek to the local library.
I remember every visit walking by the sign advertising the Large Print Books section. I never understood why the sign didn’t just say Old People’s Books. After all, in my mind that’s who the large print was for.
Well, turns out that large print has come in quite handy in helping me to mind my Posture and my Use, and I am nowhere near being Old yet…at least not by my definition. Continue reading “Large Print is Not Just for Seniors Anymore”