#MSLifeHacks That’ll Make You the Most Clever Person in the Office

Whether it’s peeling yourself out of bed on an early Monday morning or brewing a third cup of coffee before noon, keeping up with the daily grind is exhausting regardless of whether or not you live with multiple sclerosis. So to help you handle the workday with ease, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite ways to be more efficient in the office. Pair the list below with some accessible technology for an extra boost of productivity!

Power strips can save you time and energy. Plug in all your essentials and with one flip of the switch, you can turn on your lamp, computer, and printer all at once.

If you spend most of your day sitting or lying make sure to move your feet regularly as if you are pushing pedals to help improve your overall blood circulation.

Make forgetting your lunch a thing of the past by leaving your keys in the fridge with it.

Make an attractive dry erase board with a piece of wallpaper or fabric in your favorite frame, then jot notes on the glass with a dry-erase marker.

Give yourself a hand with remembering passwords. A trusted app will keep all your passwords in one place—with one master password to access them.

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