I wear prescription glasses at work, but they don’t fit in my bag.
And it’s not easy to find them.
So I’ve created a few easy-to-follow instructions on how to make sure you always have them on at all times.
I use a pair of prescription glasses with a clear lens and a clear screen, but you could also use prescription glasses that have a clear window, such as a window in a coffee shop.
Read more You can also buy prescription sunglasses in pairs and set them aside when you go shopping, so you can keep them on when you’re not using them.
If you’re in a meeting and someone’s wearing prescription glasses, the lenses are probably too bright and the screen too small to see clearly.
But the same thing applies to people wearing prescription sunglasses when they’re in public places.
In the UK, it’s legal to wear prescription sunglasses indoors but it’s a criminal offence to use them in public without a prescription.
It’s a good idea to have a prescription, but don’t forget to check your local council website for information on what you need to do to get a prescription to use your glasses.