Setting up a good workspace requires a lot of thought. It can’t be too restrictive, you need to ensure you have plenty of daylight to work by. It’s best to position your screen at a 90° angle to the window, to avoid the reflection of the light while protecting your eyes. Monitor models such as The Space Monitor are perfect for small spaces.
Thanks to the adjustable hinge, the monitor can be positioned as high or low as you wish. If you are used to working with two documents on two monitors, a Curved Monitor with a 32:9 ratio would be ideal. This aspect allows you to retain full view of two documents at once.
A good height-adjustable work chair is important to maintain the correct posture and avoid neck and back pain.
If you have a high sideboard in your home, try putting your laptop there from time to time and work standing up.
Design your workspace with things that motivate and have a positive influence on you. These could be photos of your children, your girlfriend/boyfriend or your cat/dog.
It’s important to tidy your workspace at the end of the day so you can start fresh and tidy the next morning.