Working from home? Keep ergonomics in mind.

With shelter-in-place orders in effect throughout much of the United States because of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people are working remotely. This presents unique challenges and safety concerns.   Keep ergonomics in mind Whether you’re working in a dedicated home office or at your kitchen table, good ergonomics is necessary to maintain good overall health[…]

Tips for Working From Home

The outbreak of the coronavirus has most people working from home. If you’re new to working remotely, these tips from a home-office pro can help you stay productive and maintain balance.   The global spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, is keeping people at home. Major conferences, including Mobile World Congress and Google I/O have been canceled to decrease[…]

Best Stretches for Office Workers

Sitting in front of a computer every day can wreak havoc on your body, especially since most of us don’t have the best posture.   Hunching the shoulders and slumping in your seat can cause back pain, headaches, tension, and tightness in your back, neck, and shoulders.   Studies show that regular stretching can help reduce neck and[…]

Office Workout: Moves You Can Do Right at Your Desk

If you have trouble staying fit at work, these office exercises are a great way to keep your body moving right at your desk. The moves here involve stretching and strengthening your body, all within the comfort of your office chair. This workout doesn’t take the place of traditional strength training, but it offers you a way to[…]

Netiquette | Know Your Manners When Using Technology

Now that we’ve entered the digital age (with all the stresses of social media), there are new ways to strengthen relationships—and offend people. There are several rules of internet etiquette that many of us see people breaking all the time—to the detriment of their relationships.   Ten Basic Rules of Netiquette or Internet Etiquette   The[…]