TES and RSI

I’ve not achieved that much this week really. This is down to the fact that I’ve got some bloomin’ RSI thing going on in my hands. And that’s meant that I haven’t been able to type much. You see, I know from previous experience that when this occurs it’s best to not type at all. But that doesn’t really help someone like me, who’s, you know, a writer.

Let’s hope I’m better after the weekend. I’m going for some Indian food tonight which I’m sure will help no end.

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I notice that my book is now listed on the TES’ website, which is cool. Thanks TES.

And while I’m on the subject of my book (and before my hands drop off) just a reminder that you can see me reading from it here and see me talking about it here.

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And finally. I worked out this week that I saw over 1100 people last year through workshops and school visits. I think that’s quite good.

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  1.  by  Anne Brooke

    Poor you, Nik – hope you’re better soon. Have you tried a voice activation system? Irene from Goldenford uses one and it’s fine. Well done on the TES thing, btw!:))Axxx

  2.  by  Nik's Blog

    Hi Anne. I’ve never been too keen on voice activation software. I enjoy typing too much! I’ve been to Tesco today and come out with some Ibuprofen gel which seems to be doing something to help. EEh, how us writers are afflicted!Hope you’re good.Nik.

  3.  by  TitaniaWrites

    Hi Nik,I sympathise, I had RSI very badly several years ago and had to stop typing for a few months. I went to a chiropractor, that saved me, because I think in a lot of cases it’s your neck that is the problem, and it radiates down to the elbow, wrist and fingers. Yoga really helps too! I hope you’re better soon, great about TES.

  4.  by  Nik's Blog

    Hey good to hear from you!Hmm, that makes sense actually – the neck thing. Will definitely be looking into that now. Thanks!Cheers,Nik.

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