Why You Should Wear A Watch
A watch is an item that generations of people have not gone a single day without wearing. But why? Some may argue that if you want to know the time all you have to do is check your phone. But there are a few reasons why people still wear watches today after all these years. Here’s why:
At first it may seem redundant to wear a watch if your phone can tell you the time; but your phone comes a countless amount of distractions. If you’ve ever checked your phone for the time and immediately been distracted by a notification only to close your phone and realize you still don’t know what time it is, you know exactly what we mean.
Wearing a watch is a quick hands free way to check the time. It allows you remain focused in whatever you are doing
With the time being literally a flicka da wrist away you may find yourself checking it more often. This will allow you to keep better track of time in your daily activities. Once you know how long daily tasks take you can work to cutting that time down to be more efficient and use that time more productively.
The watch is considered one of the first men’s accessories to ever exist. The best part is that they come in all different kinds of shapes, sizes, and colors so you can find the one that either you really identify with or that goes best with your outfit.
Just came into a big payday and want to treat yourself to something nice? The watch is the perfect investment. Not only do they last nearly forever but the price for a watch can range anywhere from $20 to $1 million. Plus, if you’re feeling really sentimental, a nice watch is the perfect thing to pass down to your children one day.
Wearing a watch makes you look classy As I’m sure everyone has heard countless times, our parents grew up in an era when cell phones and computers were a dream of the future. To keep track of time they relied solely on a watch, which is why they never leave their bedroom without it. This might be why wearing a watch has become a symbol maturity. So to become the man (or woman) you’re destined to be the first step is to wear a watch.
Your time is valuable. It’s time you remind yourself that.