Every month, I write an e-newsletter. It something which might help you during this period of Lockdown! There is Expert's Advice, Seasonal First Aid, Tip of the Month and Quote of the Month. This month also gives you information about a treatment protocol' for actually dealing with the virus if you have it. It is 5,000 years old, and it can still work today!
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Or for now, just read a section of it here. Extract from the My Tips and Quote of the Month
Assuming you are being more sedentary that usual, here are some tips:
Tipping your head to hold your telephone to your ear
Sitting at the computer all day with your shoulders and neck rounded forward, and with legs crossed!
Sit on a good chair on your sit bones
Place your legs on the ground at a right angle (use a leg support if don't reach the floor)
Place your screen at eye level (you may need to raise it on some books)
Shoulders should be dropped and relaxed
Keep your breastbone lifted
Head upright and not leaning forward.
Take regular breaks: (empty the dishwasher, put on the laundry, climb the stairs a few times, do some stretches or some planks or squats, dance around, or take a short walk.)
Quote of the Month
'He showed me this little thing, the size of a hazelnut, in the palm of my hand and it was a round ball. I looked at it with my mind's eye and I thought, What can this be?'
"It is all that is made." (Julian of Norwich 14th century)
Little things are full of big possibilities.
Have you every looked at a little thing and wondered:what is this?
A seed turns into a mighty tree,
a bulb turns into a beautiful flower,
one evening in December turns into a whole New Year.
How can the little things help us to be alone? or together?
What little thing might you nurture to a big possibility?'
Isabella King, author