Well, my last post wasn't really a complaint. Just a little whining!
Today I would like to register a formal complaint to those who hate seniors.
I consider myself to be very fortunate as a senior, in that I have very good health. That doesn't mean that I don't have some senior issues.
In the last year I have noticed some vision problems.
Yes, if you see an old guy on his hands and knees, trying to look at a price tag, that will be me! Yes, the price tag is just above my toes. I can back up to the other side of the aisle to get a better angle but that doesn't help.
Now you have to read price tags very carefully. So sale price is large and in color. It's a super good price. But you have to see that to get the super price you have to buy two. Who wants two containers of Beef in a mug?
The next problem is the price tag on the top shelf. The price tags automatically angle upward. So unless you're seven feet tall, all you see its the bottom of the price tag. While I'm at this one I feel sorry for shorter people who cannot reach anything on the top shelf. I have had to step on the bottom shelf to reach something on the top shelf.
After that, much of the information on the price tag is in very small printing. Shall I embarrass the Micro Manager and not only kneel on the floor but bring out my magnifying glass?
So while our grocery stores may have some things for the convenience of shoppers , they have some glaring challenges for people.
Now on the other hand, grocery stores have things slanted to their advantage. They don't want you to see that you have to buy two to get the low price. If you buy one they make a dump truck more money because the one price is much higher.
So there should be much more consideration given to seniors when it comes to making things easier.
What improvements would you like to see?