So this week I have really got into the 'Zooming', having participated in a variety of Zoom-meetings online. I had set up a Zoom-station in the guest room earlier in the week, for when I can't sit at my iMac downstairs.
To start with all my University lectures are held via Zoom, and often the professor wants us to be able to chat with each other, so we need to have the cameras on. I have got myself one of those fancy ring lights from Amazon (not very expensive at all!) to ensure I am in good light even in the evenings, as these lectures happen after dark since they are scheduled to fit Swedish time.
As I have mentioned before I am also participating in an ongoing training with the Louvre Abu Dhabi, but as I didn't think once every two-three weeks was enough to catch up with my colleagues, I started our own little Study Group!
So now I admin a weekly get-together with seven of my LAD External Guide-friends, where we each time all present different artworks to each other. A great way of keeping our feet wet during this time of no work, getting some feedback on our own presentations from our peers, and also learning from each other! So much fun!
This week I also finally booked myself in for an online make-up consultation with Trinny London. I have slowly transitioned all my make-up over to this brand. Its luscious little pots of creamy products seems to suit my aging face and limited knowledge around make-up application rather well.
I was running out of some of my favourite items and since you could redeem the cost of the make-up consultation in products, I thought why not try it? A great way of getting some advice on how to apply the different shades, what colours I suit best, and which of the colours go well with each other.
I was asked to attend with a bare face and to sit in daylight, so I moved my little Zoom-station in front of the window for this: