The NY Times (here) recently featured a teacher in Minnesota who’s invented an adjustable-height desk.
When her fidgety sixth graders want to work standing up, they raise the level of the desk. If they want to sit, they’re free to do that, too (on their adjustable chairs).
I love to work standing up — I love the angle and control it gives me for certain types of projects, like analyzing floor plans.
So I designed two desks for my office: a high one and a low one, so I can work either way when I choose.
I had this brainstorm when I discovered that Winston Churchill wrote all his speeches at a “standing desk” 🙂
What change might make your working life easier?