This is a Siberian husky. This sled dog is in a rare form….tired. And the only way to tire out a husky is to hike/mush/run/skijor them ‘till their energy drops to a manageable level.
That’s it. My annoyingly, adorable pup is the one tool I have to battle the sedentary job of being an author. I’d love to have a walking treadmill like Jeffe’s to write at. But like she mentions in her post, it’s a monetary commitment. Though I also agree that prevention is the way to go, so I’ll keep it on my to-be-purchased list.
The more practical, maybe feasible is a better word, option would be a standing desk. For me, being able to stay in the scene and not be pulled out by distractions is huge. If I had the ability to stand I could do squats or stretches without having to step away from my keys. But I’ve never worked with one before.
Anyone out there use a standing desk? And do you actually use it?
Awwww waht a cutieReplyDelete
it's his irresistible cuteness that allows him to get away with being such a pain in the ass ;)Delete
If you get a standing desk, get one of those mats or disks to stand on, so you keep moving - you don't want the blood to pool in your feet!ReplyDelete
ah! didn't think of that, but yes! You're so smart, Jeffe!!Delete
I use a standing desk in my office regularly. Great to get up out of the seat and my back thanks me for it as well! I continue to keep working on my posture too :)ReplyDelete
back break! Well, not that kind of break...the good break.Delete