Cracking the Office at Home Ergonomics Code

Warren BreakwellI was born in 1959 and lived in the outer eastern suburb of Melbourne Victoria the southern state of Australia. I grew up in natural bushland, it was an idyllic environment with very little to distract you.

It was the days before colored TV as we watched Neil Armstrong take his first steps on the moon through ghostly black and white images.

I remember the day when the calculator was introduced to our classroom, we all thought this was an amazing piece of technology and where would it all end.

These were days when there were no mobile phones, iPad, and desktop computers. Communication was made using the home telephone or the public phone that could be found on most corners of any major roads.

We were the generation that survived by living life very simply. There was certain innocence and perhaps naivety compared today’s fast pace existence.

It was fun and we all enjoyed the same ideals. We didn’t have very much but we didn’t need it. A bicycle, bat and ball and we were happy.

Nowadays that beautiful bushland environment has disappeared; the urban sprawled as spread and no where can you find a public telephone.

The baby boomers are living in a technological age which we can embrace wholeheartedly with the knowledge that the modern devices available today are designed for most technologically challenged.

With this in mind l wanted to create a practical guide for the people of my generation to build a website. This guide will give the reader a step by step course of action on how to build a WordPress website.

It might be for the local community group, sporting club any organisation where we gather. Or it could be for a more personal reason of building a website to collect family memorabilia.

In my case I started to learn how to build websites 7 years ago. The aim was to help with adding extra income and establishing a home based business that l can pass onto my children.

Whatever the reason here is a practical guide to building a WordPress website and l sincerely hope you enjoy it.

To your success

Warren Breakwell


I have also included a bonus guide on the

ergonomics for the home computer operator.

Cracking the Office at Home Ergonomics Code

It gives you practical and useful advice to reduce the risks of soft tissue injuries, eye strain, headaches and fatigue.