5 Reasons Why You should Start Wearing Glasses Instead of Lenses

People who have vision problems need glasses or lens to see clearly. Wearing glasses has not always been a favorite fashion decision but the trend is changing, and eyeglasses are becoming fashionable. Wearing lens can be a little challenging as you need to take extra care of the lens or the eye can get infected....more

Veronica Webb, Nina Garcia, John Slattery & Other Celebs "Take a Stand" with Eyebobs

Eyebobs created  limited edition frames that benefit  Stand Up to Cancer.-PJ GachPhotos by ©Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, courtesy of the photographer ...more

Reviewing Firmoo Glasses

Over the weekend I teased my Instagram and Facebook friends with a sneak peek of my new glasses from Firmoo and now I’m happy to have the chance to share my full review....more

For the Love of Cateye Glasses

Over time eye glasses have evolved. In the 1950's, cateye glasses became part of the fashion, and is something my grandma rocked on her wedding day, October 27th, 1955. ...more

Has Anyone Seen My Eyeglasses?

   Has anyone seen my eyeglasses? " Chances are if your are over the age of 50, it may be more often than you care to admit.  I don't mind divulging, I've ransacked the house many times looking for the illusive creatures, only to find them looped on the neck of my shirt. ...more

Spring Specs: Go Ahead, Call Me Four Eyes, I Love My Glasses!

Way back in fourth grade (no, I'm not going to do the math for you, but you can safely assume it was back in the late '80s, early '90s days of fashion), I got my first pair of eyeglasses. Now, I didn't really need them, but I was a huge bookworm and constantly reading, often with the book just inches from my nose (you know, in true nerdy style), and, more importantly, I already had a real thing for accessories....more
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Braces & Eyeglasses: My Flexible Spending Account Dollars Well Spent

I have $0.35 left on my Flexible Spending Account debit card. In January I started out with the max you can add, $3000.00. I just knew that by the end of the year, I'd have a lot more left, and would have to scramble trying to buy up all of the motrin & cold medicine I could, because after Dec 31st over-the-counter meds are no longer FSA eligible. That definitely was not the case. ...more

Yesha - you certainly got your money's worth with your FSA in 2010. Unfortunately the rules ...more

Helping seniors to managing medications, why elderly have hard time with prescriptions, understanding, taking and managing

If you have an elderly loved one in your life, you may struggle with how to manage their medications so they can take them properly, when they are suppose to and the right dosages. ...more
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