Ho ho ho! Santa Claus is coming to town! But he is not quite here yet, because you have to clear that stack of work before the holidays.
All that work before the computer is going to take a strain on your eyes, and if they get tired and your vision becomes fuzzy, that will certainly be a downer for the holidays. Remember to wear glasses that filter blue light to minimize the amount of high energy blue light from passing through your iris unchecked. Don’t forget to take breaks and exercise your eyes as well!
Like all things, the work will pass, and the fun times will come. Trading the office for the outdoors, you are trading blue light for UV. That means you will need another type of protection.
Many of us love to go skiing during the winter season, and this means you will need to double the protection from simply UV to UV AND glare. Snow acts like a giant mirror for light that will intensify the luminosity of sunlight, and direct that light straight into your eyes when you look at it.
By simply wearing a pair of glasses with polarized mirror lenses, you can protect your eyes from both UV and the glare off the snow. Snow blindness is a painful and real symptom that is very akin to getting sunburn. Treat your eyes with the care they deserve, and they will keep seeing all the stuff you want to see!