6 Best Tips for Home Office Creativity & Problem-Solving Brilliance

How to keep your creative/problem-solving juices flowing When you work in a home office you may experience “hitting the wall” at some point during the day, when you just can’t do anymore. You have run-dry. This can happen whether you are a creative or your work is data-driven. An article in Houzz listed eleven different…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Exercises: 10 Desk Exercise Videos to Help You Stay Fit

As I have had several recent posts about ergonomics, standing desks and treadmill desks, I want to share some home office exercises with you that will help burn calories or at least help you release some of the stiffness and muscle tension which accompanies your work day. 10 Home Office Exercise Videos to Help You…There’s more. Click here.

The Treadmill Desk: 4 Best Tips for Improved Health and Productivity

Standing desks, treadmill desks and health are hot topics in the workplace, whether in the home office or a corporate office. But how to use a treadmill desk, get the best long-term health results and maintain your productivity? NPR correspondent Patti Neighmond discussed this in Can You Move It and Work It on a Treadmill…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Design: Sitting Kills You: Is a Standing Desk the Solution?

Last week, at a presentation for Betsy Trethewey’s professional sales seminar for realtors, several people asked me about standing desks in home office design. There is a lot of coverage in the media (“Sitting Kills You”) on the fact that sitting for a long time on a daily basis (most people’s worklife) has a negative…There’s more. Click here.

The Great Debate: Sit or Move in Your Home Office

Did you see the treadmill desk demonstrated by Diane Sawyer on television, Or the articles in the New York Times that proclaimed “Your chair is your enemy.” If you spend most of your day sitting, even if you are a regular at the gym, you increase your risk for not only obesity and diabetes, but…There’s more. Click here.