An ‘ERGONOMIC MOUSE’? Have you used one?
Have you loved it or loathed It?
As a physio I’m often advising clients about ‘the best’ mouse to use and it varies greatly from person to person, based on their injury and their work situation.
The one thing that NEVER changes is how best to position yourself to take load off your wrist in the first instance...
This is often where people are going wrong! Perfectly positioning your trunk, then shoulder, then elbow to set your wrist up for success is far more important thank most people think, and getting this right can take even your wrist and hand symptoms away!
So no matter if you’re a fan of a specific ‘ergonomic mouse’ or the more typical kind, you need to follow these steps...
* Position the weight of your head back over your shoulders
* gently widen your collar bones so your shoulder is aligned nicely back the socket
* Adjust the height of your chair so your elbows are about the height of your desk
* bring your chair in close to the desk
* keep your mouse close into your keyboard
The link to the ‘best ergonomic mouse’ article is in comments below
And if you’d like more training for yourself or your team along these lines, let me know- I’d love to help you
Before our in room breakfast gets delivered, we are enjoying our company’s skinny coffee to kick start some fat burning before we hit the beach ☀️ PS this resort is literally empty. Last night we were the only people at the pool, hot tub, and for 30 minutes the only people in one of their restaurants. Everyone has been catering to us like queens...I feel like they rented out the resort just for us 😂😂😂
Today I continued to work with CSS-Grid. CSS-Grid makes it possible to build complex pages.
There is always a relationship between a parent element and a child element contained within it.
To tell the element that it is a CSS grid, you must start with "display.grid". The basic structure is done with columns and rows, which can be individually adjusted in size. Then you can sort the elements over the rows and columns. This is done by specifying the start and end points.
The command "grid-template-areas" makes it easier to style. Through a simple structure in the code, you can thus represent the layout (see picture).
By "grid-gap" you can then determine the distances between the elements. With the help of media queries you can make the page simple responsive.
All in all, CSS Grid is a great tool for creating the layout of your website. It's best to test it yourself if you do not know it yet.
Do you favor CSS Grid over other layout creation features? If not, how do you create the layout of your page?
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Always be the best person you can be. be kind even when you're tired. be understanding even when you're angry. do more than you're asked, and don't ask for anything in return. Don't silently except anything either. Listen when someone talks, and really listen too, stop just thinking of how you'll reply. Tell people that you love them and that you appreciate them. Go out of your way to do things for people. Be the greatest person you can possibly be and when you mess up, make up for it in the next moment or minute or day. One thing you should never do? Never spend your time trying to prove to anybody that you're great, your actions will speak for themselves and we only have limited time on this earth, don't waste it. If someone dosen't see your light, don't worry. Like moths, good people are attracted to flame and to light, and they will come." quoted