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Imagine if each day you planted a seed in a garden. Over time you would have a field of flowers. The same idea applies to life. If you haven't already done so, make a commitment to do something today that your future self will thank you for. Whether it's signing up for a class, opening up a savings account, creating a vision board...do something to put into place the dreams and goals that you have for your future.

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Luisa Mayer, Ph.D., an internationally known specialist in visual fields and functional vision testing, demonstrates the role of the visual field in daily life and the challenges faced when there is a field loss. Luisa describes strategies for assessing field loss in individuals who are visually impaired with additional disabilities and the associated developmental implications.

Did you wake up this morning with purpose, with vision, with love of self? Did you look in the mirror & see a gift staring back?! Has anyone told you that you matter &and that your story needs to be heard?! Today, I'm that woman. There is no better day than today to believe in your potential & be inspired. Find out which Rodan+Fields Regimen is best for you, let's chat & never wonder "if" again. Love yourself. I did. #liveloveworkdream #rodanandfieldsexecutiveconsultant…

I have chosen to travel the wild terrain of my soul. To gather the wildflowers that grow over my bones. To dance in the field of vision. I am the priestess of this feral kingdom Photo by Lindsay of Danmala Teas www.danmalateas.com

nexttoparchitects: #nextarch by @hannespeer #next_top_architects nostalgic utopia|future archeology ©hannes peer architecture ‘The field of vision is comparable, for me, to the terrain of an archaeological dig. To see is to be on guard, to wait for what emerges from the background, without any name, without any particular interest: what was silent will speak, what is closed will open and will take on a voice.’ Paul Virilio