Is your posture good? How about that of your kids?
"Walk as though you have a book on your head" and "shoulders back" used to be a constant refrain of elders. With so much work at computers, the slouchy lifestyle of teenagers along with heavy backpacks might be creating real problems. My teenagers would get so irritated when I would correct their posture.
Good body alignment helps muscles and the body and organs function well. I wonder if our changing focus and competitiveness and lifestyles have made mothers focus less on this aspect?
People who practice yoga have great posture, have you noticed? Not everyone practices good ergonomics at home or work or school.
With several years working online for school, I can tell a real difference (negatively) in my posture. Rhea over at the Boomer Chronicles has a good post on ergonomics...
Yoga here I come. I'm getting serious. Are we all getting lazy on posture or is just me?