Too much Effort

Written By DespinaContributing Optometrist Some days, I just can’t be bothered to focus. Maybe I’m tired, hot (33 degrees, 95% humidity), or just plain lazy. I’m quite happy walking around in a slight haze on these […]

Jake Steiner

Jul 13,2016 · 1 min read

Written By Despina
Contributing Optometrist

Some days, I just can’t be bothered to focus.

Maybe I’m tired, hot (33 degrees, 95% humidity), or just plain lazy. I’m quite happy walking around in a slight haze on these days. And everything looks quite nice, I have to say. No mess (kids are back from uni for the summer), no dust, no sand on my floors. And, if you read the program, it’s OK to have these days off.

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Eventually though, I come to my senses and resume active focus, and everything is clear. After these days off, I actually feel like focusing again, that addiction resurfacing. This is when I appreciate that I am in control of my own vision. I can have it blurred or have it clear. It’s a great choice to have, once you have mastered the art of active focus. And consequently, I am in control of my myopia too. I can live with it for the rest of my life or I can eliminate it. And that’s what I’ve chosen to do. 

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Jake Steiner

Reformed stock trader. Kite surfer, pilot, vagabond. Father. And of course - the last of the living, imaginarily bearded eye gurus.

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