Since late last year, I've been working from home. I live in a studio apartment, which is because I prefer having more money for food and travel, rather than more space I have to clean and pay for. Sometimes I wish I had a big place so I could have supper clubs, but I know I'd only use it about once a month anyway.
Either way, I constructed a standing desk out of random laptop stands, which was pretty easy since I'm about five feet tall. If I were taller I would have to adjust the actual IKEA desk, which the manual informs me that I should not attempt alone
Anyway, I think it's perfect right now because if I do become lazy and want to sit, the stands are pretty easy to adjust.
Yes, if you work from home you can wear a kimono to work!
I have one main screen + I use the laptop for documentation and other things I need to reference occasionally while working. The laptop is on a 3M adjustable riser, which is actually kind of annoying to adjust, but it is cheap and does the job. The Viewsonic monitor itself is really nicely adjustable, but I have it on a Kantek stand for a little help
When anyone complains to me that they don't cook because their kitchen is too small, I snicker because honestly, my kitchen is one of the smallest I've ever seen (except in an RV) and I cook plenty. I have my forever alone teeny tiny crock pot for making braises and stocks. A cool orange Bodum water kettle for making tea. The amazingly efficient Simplehuman compact dishrack (which drains better than any I've ever owned). My mom gave me that over-sink cutting board, which is pretty useful since you can see I have almost no counter space. I'm pretty lucky to have a gas stove. You can see my ceramic and cast iron pans on it. I hate the sink (I wish it had one of those spray nozzle things...because I'm really bad about using too many dishes and end up washing so many every night), but overall I don't feel like my cooking is impaired by the size.