Category: Winter Time
Watery Eyes During Winter? 5 Ways to Fight Dry Eyes
Dry eyes are especially common in the winter months. The humidity drops and the air becomes cold and dry. When the air is outsides is cold and dry, the water in your eyes evaporates quicker, which makes your eyes feel dry and tight. Your body tries to compensate for the dryness by producing more tears…. Read More
Best Investment Advice That No One Wants You To Know About? LASIK
There has been an unusual amount of rain in San Francisco this year. Lately, the recent flash flood warnings and mudslides in Sausalito this morning, has me thinking whether or not I am ready to evacuate my house. For example, I need to start putting my eyeglasses on my side table every night. Should I… Read More
The Cure for Dry Eyes: And No, it’s Not Eye Drops
Do you suffer from dry eyes? Or perhaps you suffer from dry eyes and may not even know it. Staring at your smartphone too hard, or perhaps you’re spending hours in front of a computer screen, TV or tablet. But, all that screen time means you’re squinting more and blinking less. Additionally, contact lenses can potentially… Read More
New Year’s Resolutions: 3 Easy Ways To Take Better Care of your Eyes!
Happy 2019! Eyes are a very important organ that is largely forgotten about by many individuals. We use our eyes from the moment we wake up to the moment we close them again to sleep. And while the Netflix movie, Bird Box, suggests that we don’t need our eyes or perhaps the movie reinforces the… Read More
Eating More in Winter? You’re Not Alone
I swear I find myself eating more now that it’s winter. I blame my constant snacking on the cold, shorter daylight hours, basically anything and everything other than myself. As it turns out, people do have a subconscious urge to over-eat, especially in winter. (Thank you internet!) There are a couple of reasons that drive us… Read More
Reminder: Spend that FSA Cash!
The end of the year is always quite hectic for me. From adding things to my shopping cart to year-end reviews I most certainly feel overwhelmed. Then, usually, as I am drifting off to dream about sugar plum fairies, I remember I have money in my FSA account! As a reminder, the funds in your FSA… Read More