Tag: freelance writing

Featured Writer on Wellness: Linda Egenes

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on November 20, 2014 13 Comments • views: 1687
Featured Writer on Wellness: Linda Egenes

Having a profession that requires you to sit all day is coming under increasing scrutiny as a health hazard. And I do find it hard to think deeply when I’m standing up—I just haven’t been able to make that switch. Trying to Avoid Neck and Shoulder Pain While Writing So I’ve started scheduling breaks throughout […]

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Featured Writer on Wellness: Robin L. Flanigan

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on January 15, 2015 4 Comments • views: 2290
Featured Writer on Wellness: Robin L. Flanigan

I’ve developed tendonitis in my right wrist, so I don’t type more than a few minutes without my hand brace or I start to have pain when I’m doing everyday activities like cutting food or brushing my teeth. On another note, I tend to do freelance assignments at a desk in my home office, but […]

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Featured Writer on Wellness: Suzanne Brazil

Filed in Writers on Wellness by on October 1, 2015 0 Comments • views: 804
Featured Writer on Wellness: Suzanne Brazil

Definitely the sitting [is the biggest physical challenge]. Sometimes at the end of a writing session, it takes me a few minutes to get my rusty hips to unbend and ease me into a standing position. I think I’d have to put tired eyes/headaches as runner up. I have a cubicle and computer day job. […]

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How Writing to Help Others Helps Me

Filed in Book Writing Inspiration by on August 23, 2017 2 Comments • views: 780
How Writing to Help Others Helps Me

by Harriet Hodgson Writing a series for family caregivers was never on my “to-do” list. But it happened. After 20 years in the caregiving trenches, I had things to say and tips to share. I was my mother’s family caregiver for nine years, my twin grandchildren’s caregiver for seven years, and have been my disabled […]

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