Eyeglasses are a necessity for some, but not necessarily an affordable one. Recently, various organizations have been trying to come up with creative ways to get eyeglasses to people can't afford them. Adaptive Eyecare has even devised self-adjustable glasses, which the wearer can adjust to their own prescription without having to see an optometrist.
Buying glasses can get very expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Online glasses retailers are becoming more and more common, and are an incredibly cheap alternative to purchasing glasses at brick-and-mortar stores.
Here's a breakdown of the steps to buying a pair of glasses online.
Fall is upon us and with it pumpkin pie, fall festivals, and a change in the weather that usually has my allergies acting up. While there are times when stuff just happens and we get sick no matter what we try, there are a couple of things I do at home to help prevent sickness and keep my immunity up.
1. Eat and drink plenty of Vitamin C. This means plenty of fruits and vegetables as well as juices. I do a lot of my own juicing at home too after making a stop at my local Natural Grocery Store. Vitamin C is great for immunity boosting and warding off colds.
2. Keep grapefruit seed extract spray on hand. Just a few squirts in my nose, and I'm good as new. Several times when I was coming down with something, I ended up perfectly fine after using this.
It's freebie time! I don't know about anyone else, but I love
going to my mailbox to see what freebies are there. Lately I've
been receiving a lot of K-Cup coffee offers I signed up for
about 6 weeks ago. Not just one K-Cup
either, they're four packs! Have you scored any of
the freebies offered in the Weekly Round-Up?
There are some free beauty products this week. You can get a free
samples of St.Ive's Blemish Control Apricot Scrub. Just upload a
photo and follow instructions to create a poster and then
submit it to get your sample. Dark & Lovely is offering a free
sample of Anit-Reversion Cream Serum.
Whenever the household budget consumes every dime of monthly income, the wage earner knows the strain and pressure he, or she, endures every day caused by the fear of losing the job or having wages reduced. Without a savings account to offset an emergency or a loss of the primary income, stress can build quickly to the point of causing physical illness. The primary wage earner can avoid physical illness by recognizing the subtle changes that are happening and taking the proper steps to address the problem at each progressive stage. If left unchecked, worry moves from a mental exercise to a physical reaction that can develop into serious illness.
Ah, prescriptions. Most of us have to get them and some of them come at a premium price. As we get older, the amount of prescriptions we have to fill tends to add up. What are some ways you can get discounts on drugs?