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I bought an inexpensive 4x6 kitchen table, and had a friend cut custom length legs for me because I wanted the desk surface at a comfortable height for typing. I liked the bigger table surface for multiple monitors. (So I can have the internet or email open on one monitor while work is open on the other.) The important thing to remember is to start slow when transitioning. Try fifteen to 20 minutes per hour at first. Now, I can pretty much stand all night while working. My regular desk no longer gets use--except to store stuff. Get a good cushion floor mat, and something to rest a foot on every so often also helps. If you want to get a barstool for those times when you want to sit, get a comfy, heavy-duty bar stool with a cushion. I had to try three of them before I settled on one. But... Silly Girl (kitty) sleeps on it more than I sit on it. :-D (And kitties ALWAYS make an office a nice place to work!)

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