We often receive helpful emails and blog comments from our readers advising us of post tips or mileage runs others may find helpful.
And now I wonder if you have good ideas for a situation I often encounter.
I frequently use my 2019 Apple MacBook Pro during flights. It’s a great way to tackle blog work and client projects (and send annoying messages to my friends on the ground. 🙂 ).
I oftentimes end up in a bulkhead seat — either in Comfort+ or First Class.
The tray tables are located in the armrests.
So, as opposed to non-bulkhead seats, there’s nothing in front of them to help prevent objects from sliding or falling off the tables and, well…
I sometimes use my laptop as, well, a laptop. The computer sits on my lap while I work. But I find myself sort of leaning forward and tilting my head down. So that puts some strain on my back and neck.
Putting the computer on a tray table is preferable.
So do you have an idea how to strap it down or prevent it from falling off the tray table?
I know I could switch seats and find somewhere my precious little computer wouldn’t fall off the tray table. But I’m honestly curious if anyone has a “fix” for this that allows you still keep your bulkhead seat and not worry about anything taking the Nestea plunge off your tray table.
Suggestions welcome in the below Comments section!
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