I have had it with my old computer chair! Would you not give up on it if it kept sinking when you tried to work? It feels like I am in a sitcom! It’s not funny anymore when you start to notice sore knees, shoulders, feet, and my bottom mind you! So I bit the bullet and will soon have a new chair! Cushions fail to help and I think they are getting my sciatic nerve. Time to do something for sure!
Getting a new chair makes me wonder if other people have a similar problem. Has the chair you sit in gone past its prime too? Are you ready to shoot it?
I will likely find a way to jerry-rig it so it does not keep sinking. Then it can work in the Gazebo studio. Interesting term jerry-rig. Growing up I heard my parents, and grandparents, uncles use this term as they fixed broken things with wire and such.
There seems to be some debate over its use from example. The site I found states that “jury” means makeshift or temporary “has roots in Middle English. In the late 1400s, a makeshift, temporary sail was called a “jori-seil” or “jory saile,” according to the University of Michigan’s Middle English Dictionary. (In later centuries the compound was spelled “jury-sail.”) Well, I am fixing that chair or it can go bye-bye! It’s truly is straight out of a sitcom! It won’t lock in place. Not an expensive chair.
Serious note? When you can do find a good chair for good posture when you write. keep your back straight it will help.
It’s nice they make a “lady’s chair____but will it last? It has a flat bottom, arms your not going to catch clothing on, and a low back. Those are what sold me on this one. But we will see.