Temporary interruption of posts with comments due to acute RSI

Not that I think I have any readers, but to log it for myself, and to register it as an application of my axes of ecology to life: will have to stop written posts for a week or more (will try to keep up ‘press this’ posts) to allow my hands, already almost always acutely painful and sometimes almost immobile with what seem to be inflamed tendons/tendon sheaths, to rest.

This seems a classic illustration of iteration > irruption > interruption > itineration.  My iterations of movements while typing on my laptop in a less than ideal position, and presumably also under other stresses, have led to irruptions, in the form of inflammations and effusions producing micro-adhesions inside hand/arm tendon sheaths (feels like ripping off plasters inside them whenever move fingers/hands/wrists/forearms after even a minute’s cessation of movement). As this is getting rapidly worse, think must try immediate rest with rethink of posting means – perhaps voice-operated posting, if can get necessary soft- and hardware.

This chronic condition has become acute more or less contemporaneously with my starting a daily blog in October, and considerably worse with increasing it to three, the opposite of hoped for outcomes from splitting up my subjects. Will tag press this posts with ‘rest for RSI’ and link this one.  With rest and luck, will soon get back to posting comments.

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About leaflittering

person thinking about life as a series of encounters between expectations and experiences, and applying ideas to ecology, ethics, epistemology, and education in various environments
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