Creating a Healthy Work Space: Part 3 – Your Desk and Chair
The size of your desk should be in proportion to the space in which it sits, and allow for traffic space around it. And the shape of your desktop should be suited to your job type. For instance, a rectangular shaped desk is for someone who works in a job where logic is required; a round table is for discussions and is ideal for assisting in resolving disputes; and an oval shaped desk is more suited to a creative, artistic position. Never choose a desk designed with the corners cut off the desktop as this will reduce the opportunities and therefore the wealth that could come your way.
The best direction for your desk to face is decided according to your date of birth. The desk direction is determined according to the way it faces and you face, when you are seated behind it. Your energies should be aligned to the work space you are situated in and the way your desk is positioned. The way your desk faces, the shape of it and the surrounding environment will have a direct impact on the money you make and the opportunities that come your way – and all of this can decide if you are capable of harnessing the opportunities as well as being able to act on them.
Your chair must be ergonomically correct for your build so adjust the height and comfort according to the way you work, and use a footrest if required. Always ensure you have a back on a chair as this is for support for you from others in your workplace and in your life – and we all need the support of others in our lives.
Next week read my next blog in this series, Part 4 – Space and Work Surfaces