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I am a programmer who can't get comfortable at a desk. Halp?
I do not like working at a desk. I've tried various chairs and other seating furniture; adjusted the height of the table, keyboard, and monitors; tried standing, perching, sitting, and switching between them; and I cannot get comfortable. There is something fundamental about the arrangement of "keyboard and monitors in front of body" that doesn't work for me.
At work, I find myself putting one or both feet on the seat of my chair, so I'm either sitting on one foot or curled up into a ball perched on my chair. Neither is comfortable or healthy long term. At home, I find myself actively avoiding my PC because the physical experience of using it is so unpleasant.
Barring getting one of these and a bigger apartment to put it in, I'm out of ideas. Any fellow desk-haters out there? How do you cope?