Do not be ashamed. It is part of what makes you human. Being vain. And you are not alone in this. Even if it does not always appear to be so, people that surround you in your everyday life are also vain. Walking past a shop window, there is this tendency to subconsciously look into the window’s reflection and see how you look. This is not necessarily self-centeredness. It could very well be that you are prepping yourself for a very important meeting. But what if you could not see yourself clearly in the mirror-like reflection?
Well, thank goodness for that, there is always designer frames halifax shopping you can do during your lunch hour. With only half an hour to spare, you can quickly pop into the retail eye care center and have a quick look around. Okay then, so now what? Things are looking all blurry eyed to you. What a pity. But not so fast, don’t go rushing off back to work just yet (it’s a miracle you’re still able to work with such poor eyesight, but anyhow).
Have a quick chat with one of the retail optometrist’s friendly sales clerks. They’ve been trained well for this job. They are like your blind dog guides leading the blind (this said without any disrespect to those folks out there who really are blind or severely sight-impaired). Perhaps it is a good thing that this is being said right now, because really folks, if you do not have your eyes tested regularly, you really are looking for trouble.
Worst case scenario, you could eventually lose your eyesight. So perhaps then, being tremendously vain is not so great. Just goes to show though that you are human. Enjoy your new frames.