Of Wood Watches & a Bargain

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Hey guys! Two posts in one week? Whatever in the world?!! But I had to share an amazing deal with you… Remember my Fieldcrest Watch in Zebrawood & Maple that JORD Watches kindly sent me to review? A year later and I am happy to report that not only does it still look like new, but I get compliments on it all.the.time. It’s a little expensive (not undeservedly so, but budgets don’t always understand that), but for 24 hours, you can purchase it for less than $100 through Amazon during their big Prime Day sale! Click the link below if you’re interested:

JORD Wooden Wrist Watches for Men or Women – Fieldcrest Series / Wood Watch Band / Wood Bezel / Analog Quartz Movement – Includes Wood Watch Box (Maple & Champagne)

 

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Mahabis Shoes: a Review

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When a representative for Mahabis emailed and offered to send me a pair of shoes to try, I was a bit skeptical at first. I mean, I have shoes already. And I don’t often wear comfort shoes. But then I began to ask myself, why don’t I wear comfort shoes? After all, I’m on my feet a lot. And my legs get tired and my feet begin to cramp if I wear shoes that are too attractive (read between the lines: too tight and too tall because I insist on wearing painfully cute shoes). Since comfort shoes are generally not attractive or very versatile, I’ve often shunned them. But I went online and looked at their the mahabis shoes and immediately liked the cool design. Then I went on Instagram to see them on real people. I noticed that they were sporty and cool on everyone. So what about a comfort shoe that’s sporty and could be worn with almost anything? Would I wear it? YES.Read More »

Countryside: The Book of the Wise

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As many of you know, I’m a substitute teacher and tutor who is hoping to eventually teach full-time at the elementary level. I used to think that high school might be more of a fit for me, due to being able to discuss and recommend literature. However, it’s recently dawned on me that children and young adults have books that are just as fun and delightful to read and discuss. So while I begin making my list of books that I’d like to have for my future classroom, I’m excited about exploring books and authors I haven’t yet “met” and adding them to my list.Read More »