I am really excited to let you all know that I’m in the process of transforming my blog into a new website. Thanks so much for your support on sorrisi.wordpress.com, and I absolutely can’t wait to launch my new website – under my real name.
The reason to transform my blog into a website is that I have moved beyond my initial aims. When I first read about the Bates method, I asked myself if vision improvement was really possible. I couldn’t find a single personal account online, so I started this blog as a way to answer the question publicly. I wrote this blog under the penname ‘sorrisi’ over the last 5 years and I gradually documented what became my own vision improvement journey. It is the first record of its kind online and I hope that it inspires others to improve their vision and perhaps even start a vision blog as well.
Now I want to make vision improvement easy to learn and easy to share.
The website will allow me to go beyond showing what is possible for just one person. I’m going to add some features that are not possible in the current format. These will be gradually introduced after the initial launch (in a couple of weeks all going well). May aim is to enable more people to:
- document their vision improvement
- form local vision improvement groups
- support and understand research in vision improvement
As part of this, I want to meet more of you personally.
I get so many lovely comments on my blog and often think how nice it would be to have a conversation. Sometimes I get very good questions that would be easier to answer through individual conversation. Perhaps you are new to vision improvement and you want to know how to start. So I’ve decided to have kind of an open day for these kinds of conversations on a monthly basis. If you have a question about vision improvement or just want to chat, then give me a call on Saturday, 6 April 2013. Find my email address on the contact me page and send me a message to arrange a time.
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