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How to Make a Pillow Lap Desk

Perfect for high school students and college kids living in dorms, a lap desk is essential! Use a thick, comfortable cushion to keep the heat from the laptop fan away and making it extra comfortable! http://www.ehow.com/how_4493646_make-pillow-lap-desk.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

A quick and FREE lifestyle hack that can improve your health. 10 Reasons you should quit sitting all day and free DIY ideas for crafting your own stand up desk. Infographic from Custommade.com #makingitpay

A quick and FREE lifestyle hack that can improve your health. 10 Reasons you should quit sitting all day and free DIY ideas for crafting your own stand up desk. Infographic from Custommade.com #makingitpay

10 Minute Chair Yoga Routine for Good Posture and Stress Relief | Once you’re done with this routine, you’ll feel some of the pent up stress in your muscles from sitting down melt away and you’ll be ready get some more work done! Click through for a FREE

Wall mounted Fold out wall desk

Create a mini office or craft table on any wall, anyplace in the house with this fold down desk. Made from solid wood , this fold up desk converts into a mountable cabinet you can easily fold away to free up floor space. Legs do fold out and lock into place. A drop-down leg provides a stable surface to write or type, and an attached latch keeps the cabinet securely closed between uses. The desk will include 4 shelves that will be completely adjustable, and a chalk board to leave notes…

Lifestyle Blogger's Spatially-Challenged Loft Design Tips

don't have separate home office? move a living room couch away from the wall with enough space for a console table and chair that creates a desk/workstation

WHY did I not think of this before?! Zip-tie student desks together so that they don't scatter away from each other during the day. Bonus tip: put a square of masking tape on the floor for one student at each cluster to place a specific chair leg on. If that student aligns her desk, all the others in her cluster will follow. Saw this done w bun give cords today! Worked well for groups of six!