4. Ease of Use is Your Top Priority
Items and equipment that are easy to use are going to improve your work comfort and allow you to do your job more efficiently. A comfortable chair is good but it needs to be elevated enough for you to get up easily. It must also have enough rigidity to allow you to depart easily from the chair, since the beanbag effect is tiring if you have to keep getting up. The position of your monitor should be far enough away to not impose too harshly on your vision.
Your chair, desk, and keyboard should also be positioned for maximum comfort and ease of use. If you are sat uncomfortably then it will eventually take its toll on your work. Give yourself extra space for your legs and Take regular short breaks to stretch them a little. An ergonomic office chair is an excellent investment, ensuring your concentration at work in addition to avoiding the possibility of developing back problems.