Here are some suggestions for making your work home environment more enjoyable, productive, and healthier.
Physical Wellbeing with Computer and Visual Ergonomics
*Use a chair or standing position that supports her back
*When typing, make sure that your hands are at or below your elbows. Your knee should be level with your hips.
*Position your computer monitor 20 to 20 inches away from your eyes.
*Use a bluelight filter on all electronic devices to block the bluelight emitted from digital screens.
*Follow the "20-20-20 rule" to reduce eyestrain: Every 20 minutes, look at an object at least 20 feet away from your computer monitor for at least 20 seconds.
*Set the default font size on digital devices 3.6 mm
*After 2 hours of continuous computer use, rest your eyes for 15 minutes.
Best Practices To Support Mental Health When Working From Home
*Set boundaries between your work and personal life and keep a regular work schedule and routine. Turn off your computer after your designated work hours.
*Creative workspace separate from your living space as much as possible. When not working, remove yourself from the workspace.
*Move around during breaks and try to stand during conference calls to reduce your time spent sitting. Schedule a 2-3 minute activity break after every 30 minutes of work.