The main difference is that I often change watches throughout the day.
It relieves the monotony of being home for 11+ Months. Being surrounded by my watches while being in the house all day long has certainly made me more interested in all of them
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Has working from home changed your watch wearing habits?
Working at home for what would be a full year in the next two weeks due to covid 19 changes. Sometimes I like it and sometimes I just miss having colleagues around for the chats, debates and coffee breaks. I’ve found myself going from one watch a week whe...
I just realized that being at home....
We can do the Nick Hayek thing with multiple watches and the only people to witness it would be those who already think we’re mad anyway and have accepted that
I found myself wearing a watch much less frequently when working from home. When I’m in the office I’m wearing a watch but now on weekends and when wfh, I’m as likely to be bare-wristed. I guess it’s my new normal? Best E.
As soon as I strap something on I’m happy. But at gone I just don’t. Might have something to do with the introduction of two kittens to the family. Or maybe it’s just me being lazy. I can say this working from home malarkey may be convenient but I still f...
Same for me
I have not worn a watch nearly as often as I did pre-Covid. I'm not exactly sure why. And when I do wear one it's usually one of the least expensive ones in the box.
What causes the gravitational pull to those watches, if you don’t mind me asking?
Here's the reason
Since I'm home, I'm spending a lot more time with my dog - a very active Dutch Shepherd with a habit of jumping on me. So I'm trying to avoid damage to the more costly pieces