I think the title is pretty self-explanatory. I see quite a lot about standing desks in the workplace but for those of us who are still in university, do you try to stand when you study?
Personally I've always HATED to sit still (I'm one of those hyper fidgety people who probably annoys everyone else around them.) and I hate spending all day hunched in a chair in the library. So whenever I can I'll stand/pace when I'm reading, or I'll use my laptop standing up when I'm writing papers or whatever. My brothers actually do this too, though I'm pretty sure they aren't aware of paleo. Maybe it sounds silly but I'm trying to do everything I can not to be one of those students who pretty much ignores their health and becomes more and more sedentary over the course of their education...already I see my peers complaining about their back pain from sitting all day to cram/study and I think that's just insane for 18/19 year olds. I realise that it's probably only because workload in undergrad is comparatively light that I can do this, but I hope I can keep it up. Having said that my major actually means I'll be doing more and more work outside which is awesome.
Of course sometimes I do have to sit, like if I'm reading a book that's on reserve I'm not going to pace around the middle of the library to read it. But I try to avoid it whenever possible. Anyone else?