Casey Queen

a freelance writer by night and an admin staff at an office chair company by day.

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And the list goes on. With the type of work most of us have right now, sitting has become the most common position for everyone. While there was a time that sitting is a relief from physically taxing work

Are you one of the lucky ones to use one of those chairs for posture support? Or perhaps an adjustable office chair? 

Ever found yourself in a position where your head is hyperextended and your shoulders arms and chest seem to come together? Have you been constantly told to tuck your chin and bring your shoulders back, only to return to the same positions a few minutes after?

We slouch when we’re sad, bend our neck down when depressed, sit up straight w

Help someone poop. Take urine samples. Carry people to different rooms. Rush to emergency rooms. Run towards coding rooms. This list doesn’t even cover the worst parts of being a nurse. There’s just too many to mention

The first thing that Grammy winner Adele learned about singing before she set fire to the rain was sit and stand straight.

No pain, no gain. That is what every employee probably tells herself at the end of the day after long periods of sitting in their not-so-comfortable office chair. Back pain is the price most people pay on top of putting on hours of auditing accounts, writing documents, or encoding data.

They say old habits die hard. But if your old habits are killing you, breaking them is no longer an option. 

When you’ve stayed in the corporate world for quite some time, it would not be a surprise to you anymore that posture matters. Not that you’re going superficial about it