By Mikkel Hyldebrandt
Now that we have worked from home for a while now, it has become clear what things – besides the overall ‘framework’ of a decent desk and office chair – will make my day just a little more comfortable. Here are some of the things that have definitely made my work from home situation a lot nicer.
Green Is Good for the Eyes
It immediately changes a room when there’s a new plant – and with Urbanstems, you can order online and have your greenery delivered.
Urbanstems 6” Fiddle Leaf Fig in a Ceramic Planter, $60
One of the biggest plusses with working from is your wardrobe that can be as comfy as you wish. These shorts are soft like underwear, they look cute, and they are customizable with your first name letter.
Nice Laundry Personal Edition: Pocket Lounge Short, $39
In-House Coffee Run
I haven’t been to Starbucks in months, and it’s not only because I want to avoid crowds, but also because this French press makes a mean cuppa!
Bodum Chambord Copper French Press, 8 Cup, $49.95
Keep It Cool
I have struggled with keeping hydrated, but I have found out that if my water keeps ice-cold, I drink a lot more of it. A Yeti tumbler is a bit of an investment, but it seriously does the job the best.
Yeti Rambler 20 Oz Tumbler, $34.99
Keep It Moving
Being at the house all day and still not being comfortable going to the gym, has made it challenging to keep active. But this Bosu ball has made it fun and challenging to do pushups, squats, and burpees
Bosu® Nexgen™ Pro Balance Trainer, $179.99
Self-care is so many things. For me, taking little mental breaks throughout the day works wonders – especially, if I can do a little aromatherapy with this incredible hand lotion that also helps my dry hands (from all the sanitizer).
Byredo Hand Lotion Suede, $65