The choice of your work furniture can make a difference to your productivity.
Here's a simple guide to get you started on putting together your home office
Choose a Comfortable Desk
• Your office desk should be able to fit all your work equipment without appearing cluttered, while providing enough room for you to move comfortably.
• Make sure the desk is at a comfortable level to support proper typing posture.
• If you want to take healthy living to the next level, consider buying a sit-stand desk, which allows you to alternate between sitting and standing during the course of the day.
• Choose a chair with an adjustable backrest, seat height and arms for more comfort.
Select Adequate Lighting
• Avoid straining your eyes with decent lighting.
• Invest in blinds and shades to adjust the amount of light in the room.
• Standing lamps or desk lamps work great as they can direct light to exactly where you need them.
• Purchase LED bulbs to reduce energy usage and electricity bills.
Arrange Computer Monitor Appropriately
• Ensure that you’ve set up your computer monitor appropriately to prevent neck strain and back pain.
• As an estimate, sit all the way back in your chair with your feet on the floor. Then adjust the computer monitor so that the top of the screen is at eye level.