Thursday, 11 February 2016

RSI Training Series Now Available

Available Now: NEW RSI training series - and it's FREE.

My new RSI training series is now live and I wanted to let you know as soon as possible (can you tell I'm excited?).

Inside, you'll find out all you need to know about preventing and fixing Repetitive Strain Injury at your PC work station.
If you've ever suffered at your computer with aches and pains in your back, shoulders, arms, or hands, at work or at home, then this FREE series is for you!

The videos will teach you:

  • How it really is possible to have a discomfort-free day at your PC
  • The impact of computer use on your body
  • The 4 work areas you need to review to minimise that impact
  • Simple, actionable changes you can make, starting today

I'll also let you know about a free bonus for you to download, which will help you implement these changes.
Don't miss it!

P.S. Here's the link.

Friday, 29 January 2016

New - RSI Video Training Series - Coming Soon!

Coming Soon: Your Workdesk Makeover - learn about RSI and how to protect your body at your PC.

Your Workdesk Makeover is a brand new FREE video series to help you avoid the painful effects of RSI ...and it's almost ready to launch.

Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Can you help me out?

I need your help.

Do you have plans for this year? I have big plans to help people like you ...but I need your help.

Take part in the Timbo On Tech Reader Survey 2015/16.



A Great Year

2015 was a great year for me and I plan to make 2016 even better. The thing is, I never make New Year's resolutions.

I learnt a long time ago that resolutions simply don't stick, but this year I've been encouraged by Michael Hyatt to set some goals that I can actually keep.

My goals for Timbo On Tech are pretty big because I want to make a real difference in people's lives. However, I also know from experience that there's another vital ingredient that I can't do without: that's you!

What Motivates You?

I need to know what motivates you:
What are your big issues as you deal with technology at work and at home?
I need to know whether my writing works for you:
Does it hit the nail on the head, or does it just miss the mark?

I'm also thinking of launching some cool (and of course, incredibly useful!) products this year. Your input could determine which ones make the grade and even what goes into them.

To let me know the answer to these questions, there's just one thing I need you to do:

Answer the super short survey.

See you soon!
Tim

P.S. Here's the link: SURVEY


Saturday, 31 October 2015

How To Stop Your Phone Hurting Your Neck

Painful neck at your desk? It may be how you use your phone.

Computers can be a pain in the neck, sometimes literally.

The classic image of busy offices is that of Big City stockbrokers, who watch multiple screens while performing numerous tasks.

These are fast-paced, fast-talking people, squeezing their phones between one ear and their shoulder, but there's a problem.


Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Why You May Need A Monitor Stand

Stiff neck and shoulders? You may need a monitor stand.

A monitor stand (or "monitor riser") could be the cure for your stiff neck.

An incorrectly positioned monitor is only one possible cause, but a stiff or painful neck is a common complaint among computer workers. Are you one of them?

Read on to find out more.

Thursday, 3 September 2015

5 Ways To Prevent Back Pain At Your Desk

Do your neck, shoulders or back ache from a day working at a computer? You are not alone.

Back Pain Affects 1 In 3 PC Workers
Photo: Stephen Depolo, CC-BY 2.0, via Flickr

Computers can be a pain in the neck (and back and shoulders)!

A 2012 study found that a third of computer workers complained of back, neck or shoulder pain. Sadly, it looks like that situation hasn't changed.

Recently, I polled my readers, asking them the top 2 questions they had about RSI and ergonomics at their work desk. The clear "winner" of the survey - and by a significant margin - was this question:

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Important: Newsletters Going Missing

Emails ending up in Spam? Add me to your contact list, so you can continue to receive updates!

Email Newsletter Problems

Thank you to everyone for supporting me and my writing, by subscribing to my email newsletter on Timbo On Tech. In particular, I want to welcome new arrivals, following the recent RSI survey.

It has come to my attention that some emails sent over the bank holiday weekend have gone missing and ended up in the spam folder for several people. I think it's most likely to happen in GMail - thanks also to those who told me!