No matter where you work, there are a few items you should always have handy. Here are a few things you should keep at your desk at all times, because, well, you just never know. 1. A blazer. Keep a … More
Let’s face it, being at the office when you’d rather be at the beach sucks, no matter how much you love your job. That’s especially true if your job is a particularly stressful one. Fear not: Your workspace and your … More
If you’re starting your first job or trying to make your current one more bearable, it helps to be prepared. Here are a few things every savvy woman keeps handy in her desk or purse to make every day go … More
The world’s most successful people don’t mess around when it comes to their working space.
When thinking about career and job decisions, we know it’s important to factor in company culture. Companies and candidates are finally beginning to realize just how important culture can be. Culture is the approach to work, the mission of the company, the way people behave, and much more.
Of course, I completely believe that all those things are incredibly important. What I also believe is that even the little things can make a big impact. More
Successful people don’t mess around when it comes to their working space.
A desk has to be a place where you can be productive, healthy, and comfortable for many hours, day in day out. More
We got the bad news last year. MoneyWatch: “Sitting all day is killing you.” MSNBC: “You sitting down? Experts say it’ll kill you.” Buzzfeed: “Sitting Down WILL Kill You.” You get the idea. The short version of all the research is that sitting for more than six hours a day is highly correlated with obesity, and even death. In response, new-fangled “active workstations” including like treadmill desks suddenly seemed not just cool but life-saving. Well, I hope you’re sitting down, because it turns out that your treadmill desk could kill you, too — and it won’t take decades to do so. More
While cleaning his desk, this retired chaplain, Ron Yurcus, found a $1 million winning lottery ticket. Ladies, take notes, and while you’re at it, grab a duster. More
I am writing this piece while standing at my kitchen pass-through. It’s the highest counter in my house and actually provides a pretty perfect level for typing on a computer while standing. I need to remember this for the future. More
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You spend at least eight hours a day sitting in your office chair, which means you probably spend more time there than in bed. That means there’s a case to be made that choosing a comfortable office chair is more important than a great mattress. A much-publicized recent major study found that people who sit for the majority of the day were more than half as likely to die of heart attacks, regardless of other health problems. And if your chair doesn’t kill you, just by being a chair, it’ll almost certainly make you uncomfortable: A survey conducted by Staples found that 86% of office workers say their furniture, particularly their chairs, causes discomfort. As the Wall Street Journal pointed out recently, “No other piece of workplace furniture evokes stronger physical and emotional attachments than the office chair.” Let’s take a look at some alternatives to the back-breaking hunk-a-junk you’re probably sitting on right now. More