How a Speedmaster ended up in David Bowie’s album art
I will, however, give you a piece of advice. Do not expect too much. If you choose from one of many diver watches, don’t expect to make more friends and influence people. The greatest changes occur naturally, even when they’re a result of your own choice; that choice has usually been influenced by a number of factors out of your control. Expecting that big changes are ahead, just because there’s a new year or a new watch, seems silly almost, in the grand scheme of things.
We start to think in generalizations about periods of our life, rather than looking on the whole. Since I work around watches for a living now, the next morning I started thinking about my style and how it has changed from 17 to 21; to 35, ’til… now. (Number withheld on purpose).
The Breitling SuperOcean Automatic chronograph for men is an excellent diver’s watch choice. This precision crafted Swiss-made timepiece is water-resistant to 500 meters or 1,650 feet. The generously proportioned 44mm diameter, 16mm thick case in brushed and polished premium-grade stainless steel is presented on the signature link bracelet in stainless steel with a double locking fold-over clasp closure.
A lot of my online shopping issues stem from my general indecisiveness as a person which I believe is a flaw I share with the majority of my generation. I can barely decide what I want to eat for dinner, how do you expect me to pick between the army green dress and the black one?! And THAT stems from another generational issue fondly known as FOMO. (That’s Fear Of Missing Out for those of you that have been living under a rock for the last couple of years.) We don’t commit to anything because we’re terrified of making the wrong decision and missing out on something better. But then we’re paralyzed by this fear and avoid committing to any decision, at least not confidently. And if we do finally decide we’ll always be thinking “What if?” after the fact. We want to be everywhere at once; we want it all. Which is delusional because of this false idea that humans are excellent multitaskers combined with our fast-paced, technology-infused lives – when in reality we can only focus on one thing at a time. And what a horrible way to live! Always wondering what it would’ve been like had you made a different decision… it robs us of being present and living in the moment. Cheesy I know, but we gotta realize, as the clown tells George Costanza in “The Fire” episode of Seinfeld: