We all do something that we constantly remind ourselves to not do. As a matter of fact, we all do more than one such thing. I know that I do. After I have eaten a whole bag of chips I remind myself to not do so again. I listen to myself for about 3 days. Then I ignore my own advice, again. I can get quite frustrated with myself.
Besides those bags of chips, I also don’t readily listen to myself when it comes to my contact lens. I do not have the best vision. Haven’t since my teen years. Thus, silly enough, I need a strategy for removing my contact lens. Specifically, I cannot take my contact lens out without first knowing where my eyeglasses are at.
I know this is silly. I already noted it. However, it’s symbolic of larger life issues. Yet, let me focus on the contact lens situation. If I remove them without having my eyeglasses handy, I have a hard time finding my eyeglasses. It means I spend a good amount of time searching for my eyeglasses without being able to really see. My vision is just not sharp enough to allow for easy eyeglass location. It is quite a problem.
What’s the take home message? Always have plan A, B, and C ready. Gave a plan, period. Plans can be changed. They should be changeable and living concepts. Being prepared, even when you expect things to go sideways, is a great feeling. And, allows for one to be flexible and not stuck on bad ideas.
Of course, even with planning to plan, I forget to have my eyeglasses readily accessible. I then stumble around and laugh at myself. Promise myself to not do it again. And, seven days later I inevitably do. I suppose I keep myself on my toes. Everyday is, indeed, an adventure.
Categories: Humor, identity, mental health, Psychology, society, weird
A great reference frame, “Life is an adventure.” A great post about reality!
Why don’t you have a permanent home for your glasses 🤓
And always keep them exactly in that location whenever you decide to wear your contacts..
In this way you really don’t have to search for them whenever you need them …
Because you know exactly where they should be
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i Wore Contacts For Decades too surely
Made my Value as a Dude Go up over
the ‘Four Eye’ Taunts of Youth.. anyway
Today is 02202020 surely a Day For Triple Clear Vision…
Meanwhile.. i see clearer ‘these days’ with my eyes totally
Seriously i look
I always tell myself when I am about to open a bag of potato chips that I should put some in a small bowl instead of sitting down with the bag. Do you think that happens? 🙂
LASIK saved my daughter’s sanity – she went through years and years of dance lessons and Appalachian Trail hikes with glasses driving her nuts. When her eyes stabilized, we go her the permanent fix.
I had my right eye done many years ago – and it improved things enormously (I can drive without glasses).
I’m sure you’ve considered that. Not everyone is suitable. But for those who are, it is definitely worth it.
I’ve thought of lasik but don’t think I’ll do it. 🙂
Up to you, of course. My eyes were so different that I had it only on the right eye, and the eyes work better together now.
I need my glasses to minimize the bags under my eyes. Otherwise, everyone thinks I haven’t slept in a week.
I’m probably not a good candidate for LASiK. They are looking to do cataract surgery.
I should have had my eyes done 20 years ago but I didn’t. There will always be time to do it later, right?
Hehe. I’m lucky that i use foundation to hide the bags 🙂