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How to Optimize Your Remote Workspace for Comfort and Productivity

Welcome to the era of remote work, where your home office is your new headquarters. In this article, we'll explore the art of remote ergonomics, ensuring your workspace is efficient and body-friendly.

The Foundation of Comfort: Your Chair

Just as a king deserves a throne, you deserve a supportive chair. Invest in an ergonomic chair that provides lumbar support and maintains good posture. If you want to really nerd out, check out this article from the New York Times. 

The Desk that Fits You

Your desk is your canvas, and you're the artist of productivity. Opt for a desk allowing your arms to rest at a 90-degree angle when typing, and your feet flat on the floor. Also consider using a desk that lets you alternate between sitting and standing for better circulation. This WFH desk has got the juice.

Monitor at Eye Level, Keyboard and Mouse at Natural

It may seem simple AF but your screen should be at eye level to prevent neck strain. Use a monitor stand to achieve the correct height. Keep your keyboard and mouse within easy reach to prevent overreaching or straining your tiny T. Rex arms.

Take Breaks and avoid the 5am-9pm

Just like a well-timed red bull can recharge your day, it's essential to allocate time for breaks in your work schedule. Set reminders to stand up, stretch, and move around. Consider treating yourself  with the Base Camp | CBD Bath Bomb by Mellow Oak. A soothing bath can be your ticket to a well-deserved break and a refreshed mindset, ensuring a more balanced and productive workweek.

Organize Your Space

A clutter-free workspace promotes a clutter-free mind. Use desk organizers to keep essentials in check for better focus. This desk organizer from Uplift desk is both sustainable and functional.


Remote work is here to stay, and your workspace should be a sanctuary of productivity and well-being. By embracing ergonomic principles and incorporating relaxation methods into your remote work routine, you're creating a workspace that promotes both productivity and comfort. So, work smarter, not harder, and remember, your well-being matters just as much as your productivity.

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