Nine deals that will greatly improve your work-from-home situation

If you’re still working from home, chances are you will be for quite a while. It’s time to upgrade from your thrown-together “desk” to a proper remote workspace and settle into the new normal. Transform your bedroom, hallway, or dining table with the help of these ten products — and get it done without breaking the bank.

BackShield® Ergonomic Back Support, on sale for $80.99 (9% discount)

Whether you have to drive hours every day or sit over a laptop, this quality ergonomic back support will keep your spine in shape. BackShield’s three-layer design encourages the natural lumbar curvature of your back, keeping your spine, hips and legs in optimum alignment. This helps blood flow naturally throughout your body and reduces inflammation that often leads to back pain. A flexible outer layer of foam adds comfort while keeping you supported. Customers love it: BackShield has a 4.4/5-star rating on Amazon.

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Here’s how ‘The Office’ characters would style their work-from-home setup

If “The Office” was still on today, it would probably look a lot different.

With the global pandemic forcing many offices to have their employees work remotely, the Dunder Mifflin crew would most likely be working from home, too.

In a fun, re-imagined version of the set, online interior design service Modsy came up with what some of the characters’ home offices might look like right now.

Below, see the newly designed spaces for Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute, Jim and Pam Halpert and Kelly Kapoor — and decide who deserves the Dundie Award for best WFH setup.

Michael Scott

The Office work-from-home setup (Modsy)
The Office work-from-home setup (Modsy)

He may be the boss, but he also wants to be your best friend. That’s why Modsy designed an approachable and casual home office for Michael Scott (played by Steve Carell). Alessandra Wood, Modsy’s vice president of style, said Michael would probably want his office

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How This Vogue Editor Uses Accessories to Jazz Up Her Work-From-Home Looks

As we continue our social-distancing pledge, the Vogue staff is working from home for the foreseeable future. This article is part of our This Week on Zoom column, where one Vogue editor shares their WFH outfits from the previous workweek—from the waist up, of course.

My methodology for dressing is certainly different than it was when I went into an office every day. Appearing polished for Zoom meetings, FaceTime calls, and Instagram selfies while simultaneously embracing the comfort that this strange time calls for can be a tricky balancing act. But what I have found after seven weeks of remote work is that there is still power in details. While no one will notice or care if you’re not wearing a special drop earring or a new pair of blue light glasses, they certainly notice when you do.

I am embracing the small accessory more than ever in

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