When it comes to the productivity of our workday, we tend to think of time spent doing nothing.
That is, the amount of time we’re actually working, which is usually in the form of reading emails, taking phone calls, and chatting online.
Unfortunately, this is not true.
According to a new study by the American Psychological Association, sitting at a desk all day can actually be detrimental to your health and productivity.
The research found that sitting all day actually causes your heart rate to rise, and the more time you spend sitting, the higher your risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
To put it bluntly, the more you spend at a computer, the less you actually do, according to the APA.
The study also found that a desk job is far more effective than a desk, because it gives you the chance to work on your creative and problem solving skills, while also giving you a sense of accomplishment.
This means that you’ll have more free time to play with your toys and learn new things that will help you improve your mental health and wellbeing.
The benefits of sitting are so great, that many of us take up the task at a very early age.
The best advice we can give you is to sit at a chair at least an hour before you get to work.
If you don’t have a desk or workstation to work from, or you work in an office environment, you might want to consider hiring a virtual assistant, which can be a good alternative to sitting.
Here are some ways to get the most out of a desk: Read and learn to use Microsoft Word.
Word is one of the best tools for creating, editing, and sharing documents online, and it’s one of our top productivity tools, according the APAs research.
The fact that it’s free means that it can be used as a platform for learning new skills, and you’ll get the benefits of working from home without worrying about finding time to do anything else.
When you need to quickly get something done, the free version of Word can help you do it.
You can also use it to create and share PDF documents and other documents, or even share a screen shot of your presentation with your co-workers.
You’ll get better results when you use Word’s built-in Word-to-speech tool, so it’s worth learning it.