At work, your employer didn’t shy the costs of ergonomic furniture and technological setup. In the office, you got up to talk to a colleague or go to the meeting room at the end of the hall. Maybe you even had walking meetings. Working from home, all that changed: You’re slumped over your laptop; you make do with your old mouse and keyboard; your dining room table replaced the ergonomic desk; and you sit all day. Take the time to review minute aspects of your home workspace and adopt simple practices that aid your health and well-being.
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Beth Skwarecki is a senior editor for health topics at Lifehacker.
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