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The office, take two

I just read yet again about the danger of chairs – that constant sitting is destroying our bodies. And suddenly felt myself turning to mush, sunk in my comfortable armchair.

Rooted around in the basement and found a little suitcase, which I have set up on the kitchen counter. Am now standing in front of this high-tech desk: counter+suitcase+computer. Testing testing. It feels odd. I’m moving around as I read and write, stretching my legs and arms and back. We’ll see.

Sweating. Another scorcher on its way.

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