“Let’s get this bread” —you as you reply to all your unanswered emails.
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A computer document clip because having to look up and down 50 million times while typing a note is a pain in the neck — literally.
A memory foam seat cushion with cooling gel that’ll support your bum and relieve pressure on your tailbone. Reviewers say it also helps ease lower back pain.
A pair of blue light–blocking glasses to reduce eye strain after hours of staring at your computer, phone, and TV screens. These are for all those people with 20/20 vision who’ve always wanted a reason to wear glasses (and they’re fine to wear with contacts, too)!
A wireless ergonomic mouse for arranging your hand in a more neutral position so there’s less strain on your wrist. Say goodbye to wrist discomfort and hello to productivity!
A memory foam back cushion because it’ll help correct your posture while providing lumbar support so you can sit without pain. The pillow is adjustable so you can slide it up and down your chair depending on which part of your back needs cushioning. It also has a breathable mesh cover so it won’t lead to embarrassing back sweat.
A Microsoft ergonomic keyboard so your hands, wrists, and forearms are in their natural positions. This may help prevent typing-related injuries so you can finally tackle those 1,000+ unopened emails (no judgment!).
An ergonomic mouse pad that’ll works as hard as you do and comes with gel support to minimize wrist pain.
An under-the-desk keyboard tray to liberate your wrists from pain and help you keep your desk clutter-free — finally!
An arm rest support for when your working from a chair that doesn’t come with built-in arm rests. These supports attach to your desk or work surface and are on a rotating joint so you can move them any which way until you find a comfortable position. They’re also durable enough to function as a desk extender and can hold your mouse, keyboard, an even laptop.
A set of two memory foam armrest pads because they’re like teeny-weeny supportive mattress pads for your wrists.
A balance board so you can get in a core workout while increasing your productivity. The wobble board is covered in an anti-slip layer to prevent any embarrassing moments at work, and it’s covered in textured pressure points to massage your tired feet while you stand.
A dual-monitor desk mount that’ll free up space and help prevent eye strain. Ideally, your monitor should be at least 20 inches away from you.
An under-the-desk foot rest to improve your posture, relieve pressure on your legs, and tame tension in your feet. This is for all the peeps who unconsciously shake their legs 24/7.
A car seat cushion with memory foam and lumbar support for long commutes or professional drivers.
An adjustable armrest that can hold your mouse because why work harder when you can work smarter.
A ventilated laptop holder so your neck doesn’t hurt from always staring down. (The ideal height for your monitor is eye level or slightly below it.) Plus, it keeps your laptop from overheating when you’re being all productive and whatnot.
A posture corrector that’ll buzz every time you slouch. It attaches directly to your back and is discreet enough that no one will know you’re wearing it.
Or a more low-tech back brace you can wear over or under your clothes to straighten your posture and help ease back, neck, and shoulder pain.
A kneeling chair for anyone with a bad habit of hunching over their desk. It comes with a thick cushion for your bum and wheels so you can roll around your home office. (It’s the little things in life, right?)
An ergonomic desk chair with lumbar support because spending money on a good chair is the easiest way to ensure your sitting situation is comfy all day.
An anti-fatigue mat so it feels like you’re walking on clouds when you take a mini break from sitting.
A sitting ball that’ll help relieve your back pain and activate your abs. Guess who’s not working out tonight! (Spoiler alert: it’s you!)
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