I’ve done posts here on how good ergonomics are important for writers
- Position Is Everything
- Position Is Everything- From the Ground Up
- Position Is Everything- Get A Leg Up
- Position Is Everything- Got Your Back
- Position Is Everything- A Fare Well To Arms
- Position Is Everything- It’s All In the Wrist
- Position Is Everything- Remember To Stretch
- Position Is Everything- The Eyes Have It
Well, since irony is evidently my thing this year, I had this kind of thing crop up recently in regards to my own writing.
For a little while, I’ve been feeling like the seat on my desk chair was “feeling funny” but, when I looked at it, I couldn’t see anything wrong with it.
And then, recently, as I was pulling in to the desk, a portion of one of the wheels fell off.
Ran around and found a decent replacement chair- just in time for a recent attack of exhaustion , where I had energy for daily routine and small tasks, but not for the production number of assembling a chair. Seat’s still funny, but seems like it won’t dump me on the floor immediately so I’m keeping writing and hoping for the best. Hope to get time/space/energy to assemble the chair this week, now that the eclipses are past and the energy drain easing.
And it’s a lesson to me that, when my butt says my seat is funny, I should listen to it….
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