Lazy lazy lazy lazy lazy lazy Jane
Usually I use my laptop in the living room, propping it on my lap (sometimes on top of a big pillow) or leaning down low over the coffee table to type. THIS IS NOT GOOD PRACTICE, my friends. My hands ache from not typing the correct way; my back sometimes hurts from sitting in ways that are bad for my posture. (Let's not even talk about my bad posture.)
So, after months of laziness, I made one of my desks a desk again. I write as I look out into my backyard area: I see trees, spring green grass, and even a train going by. It's really charming.
Now I must convince myself to retain this setup and not go back to bad habits.
But first I'd love for a mysterious benefactor to send me a really good desk chair. Ha!
When it comes to planning vacations or other events where travel is required, how much does migraine factor into your decision-making?