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essential items for working from anywhere
You know we are reaching a wider audience when Popular Science comes calling!  reached out to me for some advice on essential items for working from anywhere, and I was more than happy to offer my thoughts. This article is more proof that I’m sought after for not only pelvic health, but also orthopedic expertise!

Here is a brief synopsis of the article, along with a link to the full article below.

Heather Jeffcoat, DPT

Take a look at these essential items for working from anywhere

What to pack so you can work—without a hitch—from anywhere in the world

With more employers embracing fully remote and hybrid operations, people now are freer than ever to choose where they log their hours. Some are even giving working from anywhere a try for the first time.

That’s something I have plenty of experience with. I was a digital nomad for more than a year before the pandemic, and in the last several years I’ve done my fair share of working from planes, trains, cars, Airbnbs, and hotels—from the far-flung mountains of Otavalo, Ecuador, to the shores of mid-coastal Maine.  

No matter your destination, if you’re considering taking your work-from-home office on the road, here are the top 14 essential items for working from anywhere you should pack. 

Number One: A Lap Desk

No desk, no problem. I use a lap desk to get work done when in transit or at accommodations without a dedicated space. In a pinch, you can use it to create a makeshift standing desk, placing the lap desk on top of an empty box or a steady stack of books on a counter.

This one from Home Office Pro is a great choice. Heather Jeffcoat, an orthopedic physical therapist, and owner of Fusion Wellness & Physical Therapy in Los Angeles, California, says:

This type of product can help keep your elbows in a good position, which is any angle between 90 and 120 degrees where you feel comfortable. This Home Office Pro model comes with a wrist rest cushion to help you keep your joints in a neutral position as well. 

[Related: The best standing desks to improve your posture]

But with your computer on your lap, your screen won’t be at eye level, so Jeffcoat says it’s important to look out for any signs of neck pain. To prevent your head holder from hurting, she recommends the next item on our list.

For more about essential items for working from anywhere, click here to continue to the full article.

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