Robin wrote:I'm considering using an exercise ball for a chair to stay more active when I'm writing. Has anyone tried this? What are your experiences?
I also knew a girl who had a ball at her office. No one thought she was ridiculous - in fact, she was the envy of most of the office and slowly they started popping (no pun intended) up in her coworkers' offices, too. So Sommer, I wouldn't worry about the image thing. You might start a craze!
cheekychook wrote:I can't actually type while sitting on one, because it takes too much of my concentration to stay balanced, but if you just have reading to do it's fine.
Robin wrote:Thanks for the good info.
Sommer-- I am getting one in the morning. I can barely stand my long nights sitting in this chair. My butt fell asleep (literally) a few nights ago after an insane 7pm-2am writing session.
Cheeky-- no pics, sorry. I'd rather have a JLo booty than a writers' butt. Trying to be proactive here ;)
Quill- blow that thing up and let me know what you think.
Mike-- Standing, wow. I can only stand and write in my kitchen, but then I see the fridge and the TV and all is lost :(
cheekychook wrote:FYI the one I've used is actually my husband's, which I purchased for him---I remember buying it based on the height chart on the box. I don't know what size it is, but it's whatever size it recommended for a 6' tall guy. I am 5'2" and that exercise ball is the right size for me to sit on and be at desk height. Judge accordingly.
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