Opternative Is The First Online Eye Exam That Writes You A Prescription

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“Do I need glasses?” is a question you usually have to get an in-person eye test to answer. But today, online eye exam provider Opternative is coming out of stealth to get you a doctor’s prescription for glasses straight from your computer or phone. Opternative’s test takes five to ten minutes and costs around $35 — 75% less than in-person exams. With $1 million in funding, it plans to launch this summer.

“Doing eye testing day in and day out, I thought ‘there has to be a better way to do this'”, Dr Steven Lee tells me. The co-founder of Opternative graduated from optometry school in 2007 and has been practicing ever since. He realized that with advances in computers and phones, he could probably replace that clunky ‘What’s better? One or two’ machine.

In 2012, Dr. Lee met seven-time entrepreneur Aaron Dallek, and they started the Chicago-based Opternative. [Disclosure: A…

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The Breath of Life – Creator Energy.

The Shift of Time and Energy!

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It really is amazing how exciting this game is getting when you get over yourself (speaking souly of myself here.)  I am really starting to understand the greater importance to Being the Living Meditation, it really is so much more than I ever thought it was, thanks to my inability to talk beyond a whisper.  To see and hear beyond our old programming.

Pay close attention to where the brunt of this energy is coming into you, it is giving you much information about your role in the upcoming days, weeks and even years.  If we can look at these biology inconveniences as incoming presents from your soul, it is equally important to unwrap the present, understand it and how to use it.

With every connection I had yesterday, I became very aware of my lungs, the energy in my lungs and where I am “pulling” from to form words…

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Baked Sweet Potato Fries

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Served hot and salty, crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, it’s no wonder that fries are so popular. They make a perfect accompaniment to so many dishes but work just as well on their own. I like to change it up every once in a while and make fries at home with sweet potatoes. Baked in the oven, they become an even healthier alternative. Better still; they’re easy to make and taste unbelievably good.

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One large sweet potato will make enough fries for two people (or a single portion for one hungry person!). Peel and slice up the sweet potato in to long thin strips. Spread the strips evenly on to a lined baking tray. Season with a little sea salt and paprika before drizzling on a dash of olive oil. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 180°Celsius for thirty minutes. Serve immediately as a fun snack or a tasty side.

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