There's a lot to love about working from home. You can skip that lengthy commute and clock up some extra time in bed. You can cook something during your lunch break, instead of paying a small fortune for a salad. You can ditch the din of the open plan office space and make way for blessed silence.
But what the work from home life giveth, it also taketh away, mostly in the form of that ergonomic, posture-fixing office chair. Spending eight hours hunched over your laptop like a gremlin at your dining table, on your sofa, and maybe even on your bed or floor just doesn't do a body good. Your butt hurts, your wrists ache, your neck feels pinched.
Most of us can’t shell out for high-end office furniture, but there’s still a lot you can do to create a more ergonomic, healthy, and productivity-boosting workstation, with furniture and tools you already have and simple adjustments to make your day better.
In this webinar, we'll be joined by Tina Homayouni, Resident Physiotherapist at Foundation Physiotherapy to learn how we can all better look after our bodies to minimize that WFH stress.