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    My paleo work desk and @ home desk

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    Well, I stand now.........and love it !
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    use imageshare.com or we'll never see the pics
    Starting Date: Dec 18, 2010
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    Current Weight: 235 pounds
    Goal Weight: 195 pounds

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    My work desk has been modifed so that the mouse and keyboard are now on the same stand( I built another stand that is the same height as the stand for mouse)....live and learn. I have a nifty device that lowers/raises keyboard
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    thanks kenn!....also one note, I have noticed my ankles have swelled up something fierce.....they do not hurt at all, hell I was sprinting the other day. It is probably safe to say they swelled from standing all day....i shall continue to stand and be proud

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    I want sit/stand desk too but still haven't figured out how to get my employer to give me one.

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    Does anyone know how long it takes before your ankles stop swelling from being on your feet all day? I am always on my feet at work, I don't have a desk haha. My ankles are always swollen and sometimes they hurt, less now then when I first started the job back in Nov. I know that standing is more natural, but so far it is not at all comfortable. I am also standing on tile layered over concrete, would that make a difference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unamused Mouse View Post
    I want sit/stand desk too but still haven't figured out how to get my employer to give me one.
    I just built mine, went over to Lowes and had them cut the wood up as well. My @ home desk cost me 30 bucks, at work 20 bucks. At work if I get tired of standing, converting to a sitting position only takes me 1 minute.

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    Are you still moving about whilst standing, and not just standing motionless?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukys View Post
    Are you still moving about whilst standing, and not just standing motionless?
    Moving around a lot, turns out my job really hits the "Move often" and "Lift heavy things" rules
    I test entry points.

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    My husband did that as his work. He just bought some stuff at Ikea for it. They have varying size desktops and screw on legs. Of course they have full-height cube walls. I don't. If I did that, I'd be looking into my coworkers' cubes. I don't think they'd like that so much. At home, we have a computer mounted to the treadmill, though.

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