Tuesday, April 2, 2013
"Stop using your phone as a pocket watch." — Simplify Your Life, via Becoming Minimalist
I know I'm not alone in finding that a good wristwatch is still an invaluable tool — no matter how much I love my iPhone. And I keep finding lovely, simple, easy-to-read watches that are awfully tempting.
This first one, which is sold by Daedalus Books, comes in eight different colors.
The Nixon Time Teller comes in women's and men's versions; the women's version has more color options.
And then there are the Taki watches; one place that sells a couple of them, including the one above, is Wink SF.
But as much as I like these eye-catching watches, I just ordered something much less exciting: a medical alert watch. I have a severe allergy to sulfa drugs, so it seems I ought to wear a medical alert bracelet — except I'm just not a bracelet person. So a medical alert watch seemed like a logical way to go.
Watches - Because Some of Us Still Rely on Them to Keep Us on Track
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