How to make the most of your work-from-home seating arrangements

This story is part of Issue #3 of Big Little Things, a limited-edition magazine, produced and published by Paper Planes for UnLtd India, a launchpad for early-stage social entrepreneurs. Read more about this collaboration and UnLtd India here.

After months of pandemic-induced trials and research, we’ve concluded that traditional methods of sitting down to work may simply be too limiting and uninspiring. Instead, why not consider working with your mood and motivations, and simultaneously tackle distractions, slot in some exercise and spruce up your work life.

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Read more about Big Little Things here.

Madhav Nair is Senior Designer at Paper Planes. Most of his work as an illustrator and graphic artist is published under the pseudonym @deadtheduck.