In the spring I started wearing glasses when I work on the computer. I went into IRIS for an eye exam and for the amount of time I spend looking at screens they told me what was recommended for me. I only have the slightest prescription since my vision is good but I have the blue light filtering coating on them to help cancel out the blue light from the screen. Initially, I was just going to get blue light filter glasses but when I found out at that you could add the blue light protection to your ordinary glasses I just had to do it. I spend a lot of time looking at a screen and I was getting headaches regularly. This coating helps with the strain, also helps to not disturb your sleep rhythms, and prevent longer term eye damage. If you wear prescription glasses you can ask at IRIS to have this added to your lenses. For anyone who works in front of a computer screen all day, blue light filtering is a fantastic addition to your prescription glasses and one you should look into adopting as soon as possible.
When you tell a 3 year old you’re going out for bubble tea, and the store has run out of “bubbles” you have to make up for it by ordering her favourite colour.
Poppy doesn’t wear a prescription but I couldn’t help playing dress up in these insanely adorable toddler Ray-Ban frames. They are so perfectly cool & nerdy it kind of makes me hope she needs glasses 😉