Every job has it’s set of tools, an organized arsenal of essentials which keeps us motivated, safe, or efficient. It could be a beautiful notebook, the perfect letter writing pen, or even a tool belt, whatever it is, it helps us to get the job done. Take a look at these job aids and accessories and see if you’re missing some essential everyday tools…

For The Screen Starer



If you work in an office or from home the chances are you’ll be staring at a screen for most of the day. To be frank, most jobs in this day and age involve some kind of online work. Even if you aren’t glued to your desktop all day, you probably still have to check emails and read documents online. The problem with this kind of setup is that it’s not very good for our eyes or necks. Most of us know we should be taking frequent break from the screen to give our eyes a rest. But what about our necks?

A laptop stand is an essential tool for anyone who has to use a screen for long periods of time. It makes it easy to position your screen at eye level so that you don’t have to keep craning your neck. A full-sized keyboard is another great tool. Especially if you’re doing a lot of typing as this will make it easier for your wrists.

For The Welding Wonders



If you work as a welder or are in welding school, you will most likely be provided with protective headgear. However, you need to make sure you have the right tool for the job. This is especially important because without the right tools could be in danger. Choosing headgear is important in this industry and you need something which won’t cause neck discomfort and has a large viewing window.

Welding outfitter viking helmets are great lightweight designs which have improved clarity and enhanced color recognition. It’s so important to get the right tools for this job otherwise you risk getting burnt. Check out some different designs and don’t be afraid to invest in the perfect tools for the job

For Savvy Start-ups



If you’re starting your own small business one of the biggest problems facing you will be marketing. You have to get your brand’s name out there as quickly as possible and increase footfall and traffic, to your store or online site. Social media is a great way to raise your brand’s awareness and connect with potential customers and clients. It doesn’t replace an old school business card though…

Business cards are a great tool for a startup to have. They are essentially your calling card and should look well designed to reflect your business. Keep some on hand at all times and hand them out at business events or when you’re socializing. Business cards are a great tool for networking on the go.

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