I mentioned pinhole glasses in yesterday’s blog. I find them amazing because they correct your vision whether you are nearsighted or farsighted.
Many years ago, I was at a party and pinhole glasses came up. 307 more words
People, whether they be black, white, old, young or etc., have this almost inescapable nearsighted view of life in its totality. Because of this limited view of time and possibilities, we respond to situations based primarily on reason, experience (first and second-hand), and emotions. 677 more words
I hadn’t tried ordering my contacts online until a couple of months back and I’m not sure why – the ones I use now are super light and thin (a little too light and thin, even – I wasn’t used to it and accidentally broke my first couple of pairs), fit much better and cost a lot less. 286 more words
In June of 2011, the New York Times asked the question: “Why is nearsightedness so common in the modern world?” The article went on to report that, “In the early 1970s, 25 percent of Americans were nearsighted; three decades later, the rate had risen to 42 percent . 419 more words