Earlier this week, I caused a carpal tunnel flare-up from restringing a doll- the strong tension and gripping of the restringing tool was too much for my carpal tunnel and now I'm in a brace and can't do crafts or anything until it recovers Which had me thinking about how a lot of the stuff I do in this hobby can cause small damages to my body over time- hunching over to sew/paint, sewing in general as a repetitive motion, using small tools, desk/chair height and comfort, etc. I will be investing in a more ergonomic-friendly workspace for my long-term health. So, some discussion questions! 1. What are some solutions you've made to reduce long-term ergonomic/physical health risk? 2. What are some common things people do in the hobby that we may not realize could cause damage to our physical health? 3. Have you ever experienced a doll-related injury? What happened, and did you recover okay?