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Time is ticking. It is shocking to see how time passes so quickly. The last time I wore a wristwatch is about 8 years ago. I still remember how often I wore it; during school, at home, sometimes even when going to bed. It was as if it was part of my body. But then my watch broke, which was bound to happen. Afterwards I never really purchased another watch (just some “toy watches” which I could stick to my school bag and that was it). I got used to having no wrist watch eventually and after a while mobile phones made their way into many people’s daily lives, myself included. No watch? Doesn’t matter, because that’s what your mobile phone is for (next to making phone calls, accessing the internet, texting friends and taking photos)!

There is a reason (well actually two) why I purchased a wrist watch again. Currently I have become fond of accessory and a wrist watch like this is a real eye-catcher, isn’t it? The design is quite simple, the clock-face quite small, but that’s what I like about it. I have extremely thin wrists and that’s why this watch fits me better than bigger ones.
The other reason is that nowadays it is kinda scary how many people are addicted to their mobile phones. Especially in big cities where anonymity among people is quite big, the chance of seeing a person sticking his / her eyes on the screen of their mobile phones all the time is awfully high. I don’t want to be part of this anymore, so now whenever I want to know the time and date I just look at my watch instead of my mobil phone. That’s a small but first step to remove myself from sticking to my mobile phone too much.
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Ok, enough talk. Time really passes quickly. I gotta go and work on my bachelor’s thesis again. If you want to buy or have a detailed look on the watch information, just click on the following link Fossil ES3167 (on Amazon it’s even on sale, so lucky: click). Well then, I’ll be seeing you in my next post :)