It’s winter! The snow is falling. There’s beautiful fairy lights twinkling around your Christmas tree. You’re at your desk and it’s going to be a long day. Maybe you’re working from home or maybe you’re playing the newest character on World of Warcraft. Whatever the purpose is, this blog will share some useful tips for staying warm… right at your own desk.
Wear three layers of clothing. Your hands need to stay warm while typing, so invest in some mittens as well. There are some great options out there, including USB-powered mittens that actually warm your hands as you type. There are also USB-powered blankets as well. Don’t forget about wearing socks. You can also attach a massager to your desk chair to help you relax while you’re getting work done AND heat up. What if you are extra techy? In this case, you can even purchase a heated mouse! These are all great options that will help you stay warm at your desk in no time.
A fun tip: even if it may be hot outside, if your workplace has air conditioning, try to grab a light cardigan just in case you get cold in the building.
Exercise at Your Desk
Some good exercises to do are jogging in place, doing a seated crunch and even using a fitness ball for your desk chair. Exercising heats up your body and will help you stay nice and warm. You will start feeling warmer and more comfy in no time. An added bonus? You’ll get some of your workout in AND get work done. It is a dream come true. Why not also get up from your desk and go for a brisk walk to get some fresh air? You can also climb some stairs to start exercising and warm up easily.
Drink and Eat Up!
Have some warm soup or indulge in that craving you’ve been having for the last week. This is the perfect time for you to grab a warm meal to enjoy at your desk. Having some hot tea or coffee will help you easily stay warm and be productive.
Invest in a Space Heater
A space heater can come priced as low as $25. You can keep one under your desk to stay extra warm.
Originally posted 2016-06-23 01:36:23.
from iHateTheCold http://www.ihatethecold.com/staying-warm-desk/