I had been using Specsavers so I had my last eye test there. I had a look around for new frames and estimated that the ones I fancied would be about three hundred quid in total so I took my prescription down to Asda.
I went for the full works, Karl Lagerfeld frames, varifocals with anti-glare and scratch resistant coatings plus Reactolite and the whole lot came to £159.
Well I'm sorry but I'm not going to wish the warmer weather would go away LOL I even felt the need to water some hydrangeas in tubs this afternoon. Do watch out though cos 20% is quite a lot and it is forecast to turn cooler again over the weekend.
It's brought the great big fat noisy bumble bees out from wherever today though, and had to help one out of the bathroom earlier as it was too dopey to find the open window next to the fixed pane. Made a right racket along that side of the house afterwards. Had a huge buzzing fly in the kitchen yesterday too - keep the summer but ban the insects LOL
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Bit of both, I think. How cold or hot it is does affect what measures the body will have to take to conserve or dissipate heat; makes sense that this would involve some hormonal changes (adjusting metabolism up and down; instructions to conserve more or less body fat, etc.) and anything that changes the hormone balance in your body can change your insulin needs!
I'm up in Scotland so while it has been nice for the time of year it hasn't been super hot. It is the first time I've noticed a change that might be weather related. I know others have in the past so think it might be that. I've always wondered if it was just extra activities because of weather too. Like hanging washing, cutting grass etc
The hot weather has definitely had an effect on me, been struggling with high no's recently then suddenly, without doing anything different, down to 'normal' figures last night. Took it's time though, been hot for days