Professor of Economics and Statistics. Work mostly online except when in classroom. Pursuing PhD. in Aviation Studies (hence lots of read and computer work).
Navy wife, mom of 3 elementary school boys - second as full time stay at home mom.
Treadmill is housed in son's bedroom therefore the need to close up and fold up treadmill at night.
Are you able to read books easily while on the treadmill? For me so far, computer work is perfect. But I struggle with paper work and reading physical books. I think the biggest issue is just the small desk size.
BTW - I work for Mission Aviation Fellowship. But I just fly computers.
Thanks for joining us. This is getting fun. Lot's of smart people are showing up.
I can read. In fact, been reading for eons. Can't work out without it. Never dawned on me to actually drag my laptop over.
If you look at my pic. The treadmill has a completely ineffective book stand. I bought a plastic book holder called Rack it Reading Rack. I've had this for over 15 years. But the company is called theWorkout Accessories, 214-691-0892. Husband came home with a match whose label is Life Fitness. The plastic has a large gap for big books or a small one if you flip it around.
Husband is Navy Pilot who now flys satelites. Brother in Law is retired Marine Recon. Big HUA from this family.
Hi. I hope you still check this comments section. I have a question for you: How did you bind the pink foam pieces together and make them steady on the treadmill arms and the top of the "desk"? My treadmill has slanted arms, too, so I'm trying to figure out a solution.
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