Marie Kondo Your Office with These 4 Tips

Organizing your office space is similar to organizing your home—it’s time-consuming, you don’t ever feel like doing it, but it’s a task that must be done. A well-organized office is known to improve focus and efficiency. Once everything is in place, you spend less time sifting through the clutter. Continue reading “Marie Kondo Your Office with These 4 Tips”

There Really A Connection Between Sitting and Anxiety?

Sitting down for prolonged hours has proven to do more damage to us than we ever thought. There is plenty of scientific evidence proving that sitting for extended hours can increase the risk of heart disease, back problems, chronic pain, hypertension, cholesterol, diabetes and more.

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School Without the Back Pain: What You Can Do

We don’t usually associate back pain with school-going kids, but it happens to be quite prevalent amongst them. School-going children experience backaches because of multiple reasons including muscle strain, nonspecific pain, herniated disk, scoliosis, spondylolysis, and Scheuermann’s kyphosis. Continue reading “School Without the Back Pain: What You Can Do”

What It’s like to Use a Treadmill Desk at Work

It’s no secret; sitting behind a desk for hours during the day does take a toll on your physical health. Sitting for prolonged hours has been declared as unhealthy as smoking, yet millions of workers spend 8-10 hours out of the day behind their desks every day.  Continue reading “What It’s like to Use a Treadmill Desk at Work”

Getting Creative with Your Home Office Space: 3 Tips

There’s nothing more uninspiring than working in a dull and drab office space. Home offices are some of the most neglected spaces in your home; what starts as a spare room with hopes of turning into a productive workspace eventually descends into a catch-all storage room that no one wants to work in! Continue reading “Getting Creative with Your Home Office Space: 3 Tips”