2 lucky winners will receive a sit/stand workstation valued at $345, which includes delivery.

STANDING TO WORK HAS SO MANY BENEFITS, WHETHER IT’S AT THE OFFICE OR IN YOUR STUDY AT HOME. WITH THIS SIT/STAND WORKSTATION FROM BAD BACKS (WWW.BADBACKS.COM.AU), YOU HAVE THE FLEXIBILITY TO SIT AND STAND TO WORK SIMPLY BY PLACING IT ON TOP OF YOUR EXISTING DESK. THERE’S NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED, A SIMPLE DUAL-HANDLE ADJUSTMENT SYSTEM AND 5 HEIGHT LEVELS TO CHOOSE FROM – YOU’LL SET YOURSELF UP FOR A COMFORTABLE AND HEALTHIER YEAR AT WORK WITH THIS CLEVER, FLEXIBLE WORKSTATION.

BAD BACKS OFFERS A RANGE OF HIGH QUALITY THERAPEUTIC PRODUCTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD, WHICH YOU CAN VIEW AND PURCHASE ONLINE OR IN-STORE (VIC, WA, NSW). WHETHER YOU’RE LOOKING FOR AN ERGONOMIC KEYBOARD, A ZERO-GRAVITY CHAIR, A NEW MATTRESS OR PRODUCTS TO SUPPORT PARTICULAR INJURIES, YOU’LL FIND IT ALL AT BAD BACKS.

 

Please note this competition is open from 28 January 2018 until 28 February 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. R. Beaton - QLD
  2. P. Harkin - VIC

  • Set a time that you can be sitting and set an alarm and every time it goes off you get up and walk around for how ever long you want.



  • Sitting for long periods is definitely detrimental to your health so I love the idea of standing but for the moment I ensure I take regular breaks by setting a timer for every 30 minutes where I stretch, water plants or do a quick dash up and down the stairwell.



  • Have children…..
    “Mum…..mum….. MUM”



  • Instal a program on your computer that forces you to take a break. A pop up reminder on your screen demonstrating simple exercises that you can do while sitting or standing at your desk will save plenty of aches and pain. Also drinking lots of water to stay hydrated is quite important to avoid headaches and dehydration in an air conditioned environment.



  • Every thirty minutes I have a break for five minutes and stretch my muscles, take a glass of water and rest both my eyes and body by not sitting nor reading or writing in this time.



  • every 50 minutes I make sure I get up from my desk to get a glass of water, see a colleague instead of emailing or have a bathroom break…



  • do small chores which are not time consuming for short breaks when on the computer



  • Drink lots of water; not only is it good for your health but you’ll pee more – which means getting up even if for only 5 minutes.



  • I work near a café so every time I smell fresh coffee or warm baked bread I know its that time to take a break.



  • Procrastination ensures I take lots of breaks throughout the work day! :)



  • Keeping a routine



  • I always set alarms on my computer or phone to make sure I get up and walk around at regular intervals – otherwise I get so busy that I’ll have been sitting for five hours and not noticed!!!



  • In customer service, set “break times” with co-workers, so if one person is busy, another goes on break or takes over. In an office, set personal alarms and adjust for “meetings”. Personal sanity is important.



  • Back up your working day
    with hourly 5 mins away,
    leave your desk, stretch release strain
    ‘No Body’ ever gonna complain!



  • I set alarms on my phone and set myself small tasks to achieve every hour, this ensures I continue to feel productive and reach my goals while receiving regular reminders to stretch and take 5.


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