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Ergonomic Keyboards for Wrist Pain – Your Best Options

Alas, an article about keyboards, the tools that guarantee your hourly journeys’ safety to the Internet, a place of wonders and memes. Also they guarantee that the potentiality of getting fired from your office job is significantly reduced, as long as you type really fast when your boss is looking. Ergonomic Keyboards for Wrist Pain – Your…

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Ergonomically Assess Your Own Home Office Workspace

Your Body is a Temple! Well that’s what I tell my wife… sorry girls, taken! It truly is the best tool you’ll ever own, so look after it. You might be thinking, “I’m not bungy jumping here, just quietly sitting at my desk doing my work.” And, like many other folks that are working from…

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How to Make a Small Office Look Bigger (Some Great Tips!)

Well, size isn’t everything! Or so my wife tells me! Let’s be brutally honest, a bigger one most of the time is better than a smaller one… office that is! But for those of us that don’t have a huge office, there are ways you can maximise it’s look and feel to at least make…

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How to Find Space for a Home Office

The Covid epidemic has meant we’ve had to look at doing our work from home. As the exodus from our ‘battery’ offices has come into effect, there has been a realisation that we can indeed be productive from the couch…. ok maybe not the couch, but certainly from our homes. For a long time it…

How to Calculate Home Office Space

This is the second of two articles which will guide you through going from a laptop couch-potato, to a home based entrepreneur in the making. The first article, if you haven’t seen it, takes you through the process of finding space for a home office. If you have read that one, welcome back! Step 2…

Ergonomic Products – The Good, the Bad and the Stylish

When one thinks of ergonomic products, the average person doesn’t think of actual ergonomic products and what benefits they provide – they look at the grotesque, curious, uncomfortable looking tools that should not and need not be designed to appear the way they do. It’s similar to placebo effect, you let expectations place strong holds…