So working through years of bad eye habits and found an odd one today.
When I go walking outside the intention is to most look into the distance with natural light. However, what actually happens is that as I walk forward I keep looking at the ground a step or so infront of me, and sometimes I stay in that focus for 5 plus minuutes of walking or so. I became aware of it today, but not an easy habit to kick. It seems that looking down doesn’t fully reveal where I step (think walking down stairs) as there is a blur to the view beneth your glasses, looking almost straight down your nose.
So I’m often or constantly focused on the step infront of me incase there is an item (stone/pothole) that might cause me to fall/mis-step.
Anyone else have this habit, or do you have any bad habits? Care to share?