The human body is not made for sitting at a desk for 40 hours a week. But when you're under pressure, the phone is ringing, there are e-mails to send and meetings to attend, posture is the last thing you want to think about. This light-hearted but practical book offers easy and effective solutions to posture problems at home and at work, with illustrated exercises to help you break the bad habits and learn to relax your body. It will change the way you stand, walk and sit, eliminating those painful stiff necks and backaches for a healthier life. You will not only be free of back pain but will move more easily and look more youthful, taller and slimmer.
I'm a jet-setting, international cartoonist and author, varying my time between drawing, writing books, drawing in books (not always my own) and dreaming up more books.
Cartoon highlights include being Britain's first regular radio cartoonist (don't ask).
Writing highlights include working with Hunter Davies on The Good Guide to the Lakes, as a researcher for Melvyn Bragg's The Maid of Buttermere (which is why a George Shelbourn appears half way through). Co-authoring the Great Drives book with Stirling Moss was a blast ... he did all the routes in much less time than I drove them.
My favourite and most personal book is Drawing Cartoons, which arose out of 10 years running cartoon workshops. By the end of the book, I realised how much MORE there is to know about cartooning ...