The time you spend in front of the computer if you are a designer, programmer or an office worker is sometimes insane when you start to think about it. In order to make better progress, better stuff and to make our bosses happy, we spend more and more hours sitting down instead of taking the breaks that we are entitled to. This is especially true if you are a freelancer (which means you are your own boss). In that case, the hours we put in pretty much measure our dedication. However, all this sitting can of course cause a heck of a lot of stress on the body. Sometimes we just have to have a little micro-break in order to get the blood flowing to the parts of our bodies that remain idle when we work in front of the computer.
Even when we have a laptop, things can become quite stale. What better way to fix this than with a bit of Laptop Kama Sutra, right? Know your positions and switch them out periodically, and you’ll find the hidden path to working on a laptop with increasing happiness. There are quite a few positions, and some may be a bit harder to accomplish than others, not to mention hard to spend any amount of time in. However, I urge you to give each one a try.
I can’t stop myself from laughing a little bit when I see this interesting poster since it is yet more proof that people can mash together just about anything, and make it work. It’s quite clever though, I have to admit that. Whether it is going to enhance my energy and stamina while working, I just don’t know. These positions seem to be more energy draining compared to the gain in terms of happiness. Then again, that’s what Kama Sutra is all about, isn’t it? It’s about lasting longer, am I right?