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Can These Standing Desks End Your Zoom Fatigue?

Another workday at home getting you down? A new line of desks will help you up -- and help you maintain focus.

By Chyelle Dvorak • Apr 14, 2021

Courtesy of Vari

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Yasmeen Tadia once used an upside-down box as a makeshift standing desk. But as her company grew — her gourmet cotton candy business, Make Your Life Sweeter, now serves the likes of Facebook, Lyft, and Marc Jacobs — she felt it was time to upgrade her workstation. So she bought a desk from the manufacturer Vari, which moves into sitting or standing positions at the touch of a button.

The cost for this new luxury: $650. "But it was totally worth it," says Tadia. She says she feels physically better every day, and the setup looks a lot nicer than that old box.

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