The Airline Laptop Mistake You May Be Making

Working on a plane? Ask for a blanket to ease the strain.

Airplanes can be productive work zones, but the traditional laptop pose — head tucked in, shoulders rounded, arms akimbo — can lead to back and neck strain. The problem: The service tray keeps your laptop too low, and you hunch over to accommodate. That’s where the blanket can help. Just fold it up and put it under your laptop for a helpful height boost.

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