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In 2018, working from home has gone from being an occasional luxury to a full-on lifestyle. There’s a catchy AF pop song about it, #WFHvibes shots are all over Instagramcomplete with DIY matcha lattes and a lot of houseplants—and women are running full-on empires from their home offices.

“People are choosing to move their offices to home because they want to spend more time with loved ones or create a better quality of life, so it’s important to follow through with those intentions and get the environment right,” says Andi Lew, an Australia-based wellness expert and author of 7 Things Your Doctor Forgot to Tell You: A Guide for Optimal Health. “Having a healthy space for a home office allows you to feel more balanced, which in turn creates better productivity.”

But even though your couch-meets-desk situation is a whole lot more comfortable than your average cubicle, you still need to make sure you’re taking care of yourself while you work. Because, there’s no doubt that working from your den can be more Zen than dealing with an actual office space, and with a few simple tweaks, it can be that much healthier, too.

Read on as Lew breaks down how to create the healthiest and most comfortable #WFH space ever.

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