Standing at work 7.30 am legs
Do you use a standing desk at work? If so, what’s been your experience with it? Sitting is my least favourite part of computer-oriented work, and if I have the option at my next place of employment, a converting desk is something I’m interested in exploring.
Getting through the last half hour of work by jamming to a song from the My Little Pony movie(totally unashamed favorite now bahaha)
Yep. I use a standing desk.
I’m one of the rare people who use it all the time. I stand for ~98% of my work, only rarely sitting for long video conferences.
I got it after a bad L5-S1 back injury and would never willingly go back to sitting. Luckily it’s now part of my OH&S profile so the company legally has to provide me one when/if i am moved. I would say it has easily been one of the major factors in maintaining pain free recovery from the injury.
I’m glad you have that in your profile as a backup. I didn’t always realize how important ergonomics were, and thought of it more as unnecessary comfort optimization. Then I had a job working at a desk without a keyboard tray, and with the amount of typing I did at that desk height, I started developing wrist and hand issues, and now I’m paying a lot more attention to the impact this kind of thing can have. Given how prolonged sitting affects the body long term, I’m eager to try something new when I have the opportunity.
Damned!!! With a touch of blur in the back and errthang
How did you like Burton’s version?
Hey, have you tried rubbing oil to aching legs? I use organic sesame oil and couple of drops of lavender. Seems to work.
I missed the crows.
Oh what a shame, they were super in the original
Better than watching paint dry. at least the sun is shining!