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Envision Your Next Adventure; Turning That Daydream Into A Reality

Envision Your Next Adventure; Turning That Daydream Into A Reality

Envision: imagine as a future possibility; visualize (Oxford Languages)

Life gets busy, bills pile up, kids drive us nuts, and the realities of adulthood are tough. Have you ever drifted off in a daydream of somewhere awesome in the middle of the chaos? It's easier than dealing with the realities of life for sure, but have you daydreamed about the same place over and over again but the years have pasted you by? You're not alone, this is the reality of millions of people around the world but change starts now. 

Envision your next adventure, make it a future possibility...


Why is the sun so blinding in the winter when driving?

Why is the sun so blinding in the winter when driving?

Have you ever felt blinded by the sun driving in the winter time? How about the day after it snows? That glare can be a bitch and actually can temporally blind you if you're not careful. So what causes that glare to be so much stronger in the winter? Can sunglasses help you in the winter months?

Well, for starters we can blame the sun for being position lower in the sky as we enter the winter solstice. Second we can blame albedo, the proportion of the incident light or radiation that is reflected by a surface. So when a light...


Polarized vs Non Polarized

Polarized vs Non Polarized

Ever wonder what's the difference between polarized sunglasses vs non polarized sunglasses? 

It seems like nowadays it's just common knowledge, but is it really? Let's dive into it and see the real differences between the two. 

First off, we should give credit where credit is due, the person who invented the first polarized lens was Edwin Land. Edwin Land, who founded the Polaroid Corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, developed the first sunglasses with a polarizing filter in 1929. For this Edwin, we thank you!

Polarized lenses have a special filter that blocks intense reflected light, reducing glare and enhancing...


Why everyone should wear bluelight blocking glasses at night

Why everyone should wear bluelight blocking glasses at night

Blue light wavelengths, whether from the sun or a a modern screen, is very effective at preventing melatonin production — thus reducing both the quantity and quality of your sleep.