Fed up with how little you seem to be able to do when  you're working from home? Worried that you're going to turn into a couch potato and go insane?

Essential Healthy Home Office Resources

If you want to make the most out of working from home and not have to deal with the negative effects of being at your desk all day, you need to use the right tools.

So here's a list of some of our favourite home office resources and tools for the home office (psst... you can also use them in the 'office' office:

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ergonomic Tools for the Home office

If you have to spend a lot of time in your home office, you'll be sitting and typing a lot. So making sure you have the right ergonomic equipment is a really smart move. Otherwise you might end up suffering from a bad back or Repetitive Strain Injury - and have a lot of physiotherapy bills to pay!

Here are some essential ergonomic tools:

This chair is a good option for the home office if you can't afford a Herman Miller Aeron and are not sure about kneeling chairs

It's easy to assemble and is reclinable so it's a good choice if you enjoy gaming as well.

Having the right ergonomic keyboard can help you avoid repetitive strain injury. You'll also find that you are more productive when you use an ergonomic keyboard and are able to type faster and the Kinesis Advantage 2 is a great keyboard for heavy users.

Another great option is the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard.

The DXT is designed to promote a neutral, more vertical wrist posture to relieve unnecessary strain on your hands, arms and fingers while allowing the hand to work with a light touch fingertip hold providing precision cursor control. 

For a full ergonomic solution, use with the Kinesis Freestyle Pro Keyboard.

Want to try a standing desk but you're not sure if you'd want to use it all the time? The Fezibo Stand Up Desk Converter gives you the option to use it both when you're sitting and when you're standing up.  Why not try it out?

Productivity Tools

Some of the best home office resources are those that will help you increase your productivity. So you can spend less time working and more time with your family.

So do you want to make sure you get everything done with plenty of time for the family?

Check out these brilliant productivity tools for anybody doing freelance work and working from home.

Focus is a Website and application blocker you can download for your Mac. It helps you avoid distractions so you're not wasting time on Facebook when you should be working.

Focusme is also a website blocker but it's not just for Mac users.

It's completely customisable and you can set different focus plans for when you're working on different things.

Focuster automatically schedules your most important tasks in your calendar and helps you focus by controlling distractions.

Staying Active When You're Working From Home

How often do you exercise when you're working from home? I bet it's not as much as you'd like.

But there are ways to make it easier for you to stay active.

These three tools will help:

The DeskCycle Ellipse is very convenient as a way for you to keep active while at your desk.

Very quiet and with 8 resistance settings so you can choose the one you prefer.

For people using a standing desk, the Fluidstance Balance Board will improve your balance and to add subtle movement to your workday.

A more active alternative to an antifatigue mat.

Having a FitBit and seeing how little or how much you walk can be the thing that motivates you to get out of the office and go for a walk to make sure you're getting your exercise. 

Wellness Tools

Whether you're working at the office office or working from home, spending so much time indoors and not being active can have an impact on your wellness.

And it's not just about getting your 4000 steps every day.

These are some tools that will help you improve your wellness and make the office a more pleasant place to work:

If you spend a lot of time indoors, using light to maintain a healthy circadian rhythm can have positive effects on your mood and help you focus.

An office essential during the winter months.

Essential oils are thought to have a healing effect. You can use them for relaxation but also to help you concentrate at the office.

This diffuser does not use water, so the essential oils are not diluted.

Get these to have a selection of essential oils to use with it.

To release tension and help with back and shoulder pain without having to pop down to the massage therapist and for a fraction of the price.

Small enough to keep out of sight, but strong enough to knead those tight knots.

Essential Home Office Resources And Tools


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