Met blog, you! I know what you’re out there looking for. You’re thinking about switching careers to work from home? That’s great; there are lots of benefits to working from home.
You’ve got some choices to make though.
- Which laptop should you get?
- What software should you use?
Where can you connect to the internet so that no one knows it’s actually your house? Well, let me tell you something: what matters most is the chair. Invest in a good chair and everything will be okay.
I’d be telling you about how important it is to mind your posture . That’s what you need to do if you’re going to use a laptop for several hours, every day. One wrong move and you could mess up your back.
Not to mention that the last thing you want is someone knowing that all of your work is being done at home. For one, they might think less of you. But more importantly, they might think more of you! And I don’t know about you, but I really just want people to have no opinion about me whatsoever.
From personal experience, I can say that slouching makes it hard to focus. You’ll start thinking about how uncomfortable the chair is rather than focusing on writing code or playing strategy games or whatever else it was that got you interested in working from home in the first place.
If you’re still not convinced, let me tell you about gaming chairs. They were originally made for gamers and they come with all sorts of features: Bluetooth capability, speakers and headphone jacks and cup holders and sometimes even a little drawer so that your tiny PlayStation 4 controller doesn’t get mixed up with your Xbox One controller. If I was rich, I would totally buy one of these chairs to work from home! So should you!