3. Make Your Workspace Your Own
Many people spend countless hours at a work desk or in a cubicle. If you are one of these people, take ownership of your workspace. Bring in pictures, decorations, and other items that will help you feel comfortable at your desk. Also, keep a small library of work-related materials at your desk. Often times, a personal library will help you answer questions about how you do your job.
Also, make your workspace comfortable. Many people with posture problems sit on exercise balls to help them sit correctly. Also, a comfortable mouse and computer keyboard increase your workplace ergonomics. Good posture and ergonomic working materials go along ways towards reducing repetitive motion injuries, helping the working professional nurture their creativity in the workplace environment.