Easing Your Partner’s Burdens

May 13, 2021

Easing Your Partner’s Burdens
Excelsia Tallorin

Working from home has a plethora of advantages for the average worker.

A worker's time is theirs alone. They can sneak in a few moments or seconds to give their children some cuddles. They will eat whenever they wish, as long as it is not during a meeting. They can start a task at any time they want as long as they beat the deadlines. Working from home proves to have a lot of benefits for an employee.

However, the distinction between an employee's personal life and work can become blurred at times. Certain businesses overlook the fact that their employees are just human and represent their most valuable asset. Nonetheless, the majority of work-from-home workers are overworked and underpaid.

If you have a partner or live with someone you're dating, you've probably already seen them get distracted by their jobs. It also does not help that, at times, even household tasks seem to be impossible to complete unless they begin or groan about them. Then and there, you must step up to be the best possible partner in the middle of this pandemic.

It may seem like a daunting task, but the first step would always be the hardest to take. While it may seem like a fruitless endeavor, some simple actions can delight your partner who is working hard for their future with you.

The easiest start is checking which tasks your partner needs to finish. This step eases what is called a mental workload or the demand that awaits them after a finished task. Their mental workload might have stayed unchanged, if not increased, the moment they began working from the confines of your shared home. It falls upon your shoulders to utilize this time to complete some of their duties while still getting a head start on the everyday household tasks.

Although it may sound insignificant, going the extra mile to fulfill your daily chores without being prompted by your spouse does go a long way. Taking the initiative to start and finish their tasks, in turn, makes your work-from-home partner delighted and relieved to have met you.

If you want to push things to the next level, you can share the same duties. Bonding over a household is a fun and intimate way to connect, as it forces you to work together to complete a goal.


If you think that preparing a grand feast may be too much for you who have one to zero cooking skills, that is alright because the internet has a plethora of tutorials to help you get started. However, it is also best if you stick to your spouse's favorite meal as it will lessen the chance that your new exotic dish might not be their cup of tea.

While we are on the subject of servitude, giving your partner a gift that would help them get through a workday would be highly appreciated.

As your partner works from home, the dining table and chair are the spots they work at for the rest of the day. Some people even opt for their couches as they think the cushioning would help them be more productive. However, these are not conducive places to have a productive day ahead.

For starters, your companion is likely hunched over the computer table, typing away while their back bears the brunt of their weight. They can smile throughout, but you cannot ignore or mask that the pain is a source of frustration for them. Their posture also suffers significantly, to the extent that there are days where you want to straighten their back.

With this in mind, it would be beneficial to read additional posts on FlexiSpot's blogs about ways to make their home office more ergonomic and safe for them to work. This way, their productivity would improve dramatically as their pain level decreases.

Correcting their posture and reminding them to be conscious of it are not the only ways you can assist them. Simply offering them a gift that is beneficial to their spine and overall well-being would brighten their smiles.

Once you've settled on an ergonomically sound gift for them, FlexiSpot has you covered. And, indeed, the pun is intentional.

Consider which aspect of their work area is triggering their pain when selecting the ultimate gift. If they are frequently hunched over the office desk, it's better to indulge in an ergonomic standing desk, such as FlexiSpot's best-selling Kana Bamboo Standing Desk. This desk creates a perfect workspace solution that is also appealing to the eye. This beauty is entirely due to the elegant bamboo surface FlexiSpot excels at, even compared to other offerings. But, that is not all; the Kana Bamboo Standing Desk also helps your partner reduce excessive sitting due to their work. They can easily change the desk's height to their choice with a simple click of the advanced button. The need to fumble around with the standing desk is a thing of the past, as the Kana is a desk that never fails to deliver.

For those whose partners' backs are constantly in pain, investing in a high-quality gift that includes the bestselling Soutien Ergonomic Office Chair can save both their backs and their hard-earned money. With its 3D lumbar support system, 135-degree lounge tilt, and 4D adjustable armrest, the Soutien offers the ultimate sitting experience for your loved one's back. In addition, this ergonomic office chair features the industry's best Samhongsa Class 4 Gas Lift and is TUV/BIFMA/SGS certified. The applause and qualification are also well-deserved, as the Soutien demonstrated to the world through over 10,000 pressure tests that it is capable of withstanding whatever your partner's work life throws at this sturdy chair.

Although their presence at home provides reassurance that your relationship will endure, your loved one needs to feel loved as well.

Sometimes, assurances provide us with so much security that we begin to take our spouses for granted. That is why it is vital to keep in mind that you both are a unit. Together, you and your partner will conquer every obstacle that life can throw your path. Although they are still at work, a close hug and a quick kiss on the cheek will inevitably perk up their day.

Utilize this opportunity to prove you care and support for your partner.

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