Where to start?
Most of the ones who would have the option to work from home would be those with work focussed on software, consultation, design and digital marketing or promotion. While all of these share a common ground – working on a PC or a Mac, the amount of sheer typing and focus varies. So, let’s break it down bit by bit and get to know how you can make the best use of your furniture.
Software development is an intensive process. Even with the myriads of environment and development platforms available with smart code suggestions, peering through lines of code and syntax to find a solution can be frustrating. Most laptops don’t come equipped with keyboards that can handle aggressive coding sessions.
If you have an external monitor at home or have a TV with mirroring capability, use it to make your coding much more relaxing. At times, a large block of code can become especially intriguing and interesting at the same time. To avoid backaches, make sure you have proper support for your buttocks and lower spine using a hardwood chair.
Bean bags are good, but unless you want to wake up with painful shoulders and back, avoid those. Remember, you still must work the next day from home and can’t take any long walks inside the office compound. Resist from the bed when you are just researching code blocks, that’s going to give you a painful neck.