Desk organizers, ergonomic mice, antiglare screens for your monitor. This is all about maximizing your workspace for both your health and productivity.

If you have problems with wrist and hand pain, or even tingling in your forearm, give a vertical mouse a try. It puts your arm and hand in a more natural “handshake” position, easing carpal tunnel.

As a note, there are other models on Amazon that are cheaper and may very well be great. This is the model that Anne uses, but do shop around!

Curious about trying a multiple monitor setup? This is a great dual-monitor stand that’s sturdy and easy to install.

Monitor glare can lead to eye fatigue and headaches. This screen slips over your monitor–no install necessary.

Carpal tunnel and stressed hand / wrist muscles and nerves is a nightmare for anyone who makes a living working on a computer. Proper keyboard alignment can save you pain and forced time off.

Great for stashing small items. The flex dividers make it an awesome solution for organizing your workspace.

Cute little envelope holder. Note: it only helps for decluttering if you actually use it.

Reduce strain and make time with your computer more enjoyable by using the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000, a combination of the most advanced ergonomic designs for a keyboard and mouse.