Notice: This post is at least 60% an excuse to buy toys. If your wallet is already huffing and puffing this next story might be the one to skip reading.
Good news. Finally a post not about another 20/20 gains progress report.
Seriously, you are so spoiled. We are so spoiled. Even I literally sometimes groan, looking at the folder of vision improvement reports. I love them, they’re amazing, they’re 95% of what keeps me going creating these free resources for you. And yet … there are just so many of them to try to post!
Which is why that’s not what we’re doing today.
Today we’ve got a video of dear uncle Jake justifying buying expensive toys all in the name of some vision improvement practice:
Picked out the very most flattering still shot.
Remember why you’re improving your eyesight.
This isn’t some vanity project. You’re not just trying to put numbers in a spreadsheet. You want to actually see the world, which means of course the mechanics of vision improvement – but also tweaking your life towards actually living. Away from screens and towards being outside and getting closer to adventures.
Small adventures are a great start and often a gateway to bigger adventures.
You go get some 20/20 gains right meow! (and yes, do send me – or post on FB – your progress reports)