This post is sponsored content created for VSP. All opinions are my own.
I’ve worn glasses or contacts forever it seems. I can’t see a thing unless it’s standing right in front of my face. I remember when I got my first pair of glasses in the 6th grade and it was life changing. For a child who can’t see well at school it affects so much. How they learn and absorb everything! When I was in high school my mom finally let me switch to contacts and I thought I was “hot stuff” because I got rid of those pink plastic frames.
Taking care of your eyes and getting checkups is SOOOOO important y’all! You only get one set of eyeballs and I’m going to take care of mine. VSP is on a mission to help you take care of your pretty eyes. It’s open enrollment season and I know…I know…you have to make all these choices during open enrollment that effect your entire year! Who knows what could happen over the course of a year right?
VSP is the nation’s only not-for-profit vision care company. Their highest priority is to advocate for regular, professional vision care for everyone. If you have the option to CHECK THAT BOX for vision care you should do it!
Here are a few reasons why it’s so important:
- Eye health is part of taking care of your total health. Annual eye exams can help detect signs of diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and more.
- Don’t let “easy” become “easy to dismiss.” Vision care is frequently the easiest, quickest, and least expensive benefit option to review and select. If you have the option, consider taking it.
- When VSP is an option, it’s your best Compared to other vision care options, VSP will save you money, keep your eyes healthy, protect your family’s vision, and help you look great.
Visit SeeMuchMore.com to learn more about eye health and how to evaluate your vision benefit options.
As a person who has VSP insurance personally I can tell you I highly recommend it and it’s fairly inexpensive. Checking the box for vision care is less than a couple lattes each month. I feel safer knowing if anything ever happens to my vision I’m taken care of. I also get my glasses and contacts covered as well as eye exams every year. To me it’s worth the little bit of extra cost each month to feel secure.
So, when it comes time for Open Enrollment this year, while you’re checking the box for medical and dental…don’t forget about your baby blues, your chocolate browns, or gorgeous green eyes. They deserve just as much attention as the rest of your body.
Also, ladies, I know when it comes to making decisions, we can tend to procrastinate a bit and sometimes even forget all together! It’s okay to call your husband and ask what he recommends as well. In fact he’ll probably like that you value his opinion.
VSP recently asked people to take a poll on open enrollment. The end result was that most people dread it so much they would rather do most things than answer Open Enrollment questions except for one thing- cleaning a teenager’s bathroom! Ew.
When asked to compare their independent insurance decisions (like auto and home) to Open Enrollment insurance decisions, respondents were more likely to say they’re “more confident” and “more knowledgeable” about their independent decisions than their Open Enrollment decisions. What are your thoughts on Open Enrollment? Do you stress about it, or are you happy to have the option to have it?
To review the full poll findings, click here.
I personally am a “get things done” kind of person. When I get that email saying it’s time for Open Enrollment I like to get started. This way I’m done and I don’t have to think about it anymore. Whew!
So, check that box for vision care, okay??? Don’t forget…I’m watching you
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