Sunshine, Summertime, + Accessories; Women’s Watches that make Unique Gifts

It’s 8am; if my son hasn’t woken up yet, I quietly sneak into his room, snuggle him, whisper “Morning buddy, it’s time to go to school…” and get on with our school-day routine so he has 40 minutes to eat breakfast, watch one quick show, sneak in some snugs on the couch with his mama, change for the day, get his lunch packed, and head out the door by 8:40.

Not it’s 9am, and it’s time to start my day; shower or slather on dry shampoo, get dressed, and open my computer to respond to work emails or begin consulting projects. Since I work mostly from home, I frequent local coffee shops. I chose to work there half the time so I have a reason to get dressed in something other than “mom clothes” or workout clothes.

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“JORD is run by artists, designers, marketers, and minders. We spend our days creating, considering, arguing, and hopefully agreeing. Then we’ll scrap it all for the joy of starting new. We have fun. This is our journey.” – JORD

I’m not much of a jewelry person besides a few dainty gold bar necklaces, and a watch. You’ll never find me decked-out in anything too expensive, because, hello, I’m a mom. So that’s where JORD watches come to my rescue. Not only are they SO FREAKING CUTE, they’re also made out of wood, so their casual elegance is a must for any parent. They are sustainably made and hand-crafted. Perfect for a unique gift, JORD makes men and women’s watches, for the every day person, whether they’re career-driven, a parent, a young professional, or student.

“We are focused on creating timepieces that are modeled after a modern lifestyle. We value sustainability, efficiency, and experiential living. We make our watches for people who don’t just have somewhere to be, they have somewhere to go.” -JORD

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Mens Wooden Watches +

Women’s Wooden Watches

“The value of a watch is not in being able to tell how much time has passed, but in being aware of the need to make that time count. Moments are bigger than minutes and your watch should tell more than time.” -JORD

This blog posting was sponsored by JORD, but all opinions are my own.
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