Where you set up your home office space matters. If possible, apply these three tips:
Designate a specific place for your work.
This allows you to leave your work behind at the end of the day. A room with a door is ideal.
Use a surface — any surface is better than none.
For the best ergonomics, your elbows should rest comfortably at a 90-degree angle with your shoulders relaxed. Usually, kitchen tables are too tall.
Find a spot with enough light but not too much that it causes glare.
If you're near a window, sit perpendicular to it or close the blinds. No windows? Task lighting angled behind your screen reduces the stark contrast of your bright screen with a dark room.