Desk - Sitting The traditional working person's computing position of choice, whether working with a full blown desktop computer or laptop. If you really need to get some serious work done there's no better position, but it's not exactly as comfy as your couch.
Desk - Standing There are many who prefer a standing desk, keeping you on your feet and on your game (among other pros and cons). Great for those constantly moving around and needing a little more excitement while staring at their monitor. There are lots of amazing DIY examples for making one in your own home.
Couch & Bed The tablet and smartphone are a godsend for those of us who love to veg on the couch or lay in bed, as we can now comfortably hold our computing devices and lay back and relax. Laptop users, whether they use the coffee table or some other method to lean and prop the computer up, seem find a way to slouch and work at the same time. Your peripherals are limited to just the device you've got on you, but it's so much softer and nicer than even the best ergonomic chair you can buy. And even though we know we shouldn't browse in bed before we sleep, we can admit that we do it anyway. Bathroom Admit it, many of us do it and some of us aren't ashamed to talk about it. Just please set down your phone before you head into the shower.
MORE ON POSTURES & POSITIONS ON APARTMENT THERAPY: • The Best No-Pain Laptop Position • Do You Ever Work from Your Couch? (Images: Shutterstock/Lichtmeister, Shutterstock/Pikoso.kz, Nick Wynja, Shutterstock/Dreaming Poet, Maluson/Shutterstock)