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How to combat poor at-home work posture

How to combat poor at-home work posture

From the The ultimate guide to self-care during quarantine series
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Working from home presents many questions to sort out. One of the more important is: Where do you actually work?

On the couch? At your dining room table? At the counter? In bed?

The answer matters because it's important to focus on good posture while working from home to prevent a tight neck, sore back and aching wrists. And where you're doing the work may be the problem.

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