Posture and Your Circle of Attention

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young woman intently focused on laptop

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”

Where is Your Attention?

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man with binoculars

Often my students lament that working at their computer is causing their neck, shoulder and back pain and contributing to their poor posture. They constantly find themselves pulled in toward the computer screen, head and neck jutted forward, collapsed through the front of their torso, shoulders up to their ears.

The first thing to come to terms with is that it is not working at the computer that is causing your problem. How you are working at the computer is the problem. And how you are working is not just about your body. It is also about your mind. Continue reading “Where is Your Attention?”