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Wood Watches For Men

Beautiful and stunning… those are the words that popped into my head when I opened the box. Truly breathtaking, and honestly I usually don’t get this excited over something unless it’s some running or fitness gadget. But Jord took my breath away with their wooden watches. .

If you’ve never heard of Jord before, they are known for their 100% natural, hand-finished authentic wood watches. Jord watches come in various styles and colors. From battery to hand wound, there is truly something for everyone. And if you are looking for an awesome way to present and store your watch, Jord does that too. Can you imagine giving this to someone as a gift?

The presentation alone in my opinion is a gift. But the beautiful watch inside will definitely bring smiles.

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When Injury Brings Fear

As I've said, this is not my first injury, but this one, well this one by far has been the worst. I think because there isn't an exact diagnosis. And because of the injury (hamstring), I'm having a hard time knowing the difference between normal soreness, slight pain, or abnormal soreness.

I was supposed to join some friends today for my first outside hilly run. But
when I got up, it hurt to walk. I think it was normal soreness in the hamstring from doing the elliptical yesterday (for the first time in months). But I didn't want to risk it with running hills for the first time since I've been back to run/walking

But I bailed - not saying it's necessarily a bad thing that I did. But I am definitely overcautious. I'm thinking borderline fear.

See, it's taken me MONTHS to be able to get back to a 4 mile run/walk. Months - and I don't want to overdo it and have a massive set back.

Because the reality is - I'm not 100% well. I know that. I'm not pretending that everything is ok - because I know it isn't.

And with that comes fear. I'm afraid to do too much - to push to hard. Am I being smart? Or am I holding myself back?

I honestly don't know. But I do know that for the first time having an injury, I'm truly fearful. And this is not a comfortable place to be in emotionally.

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  1. I felt that way after I broke my foot--both times. Last time was especially traumatic because it still hurts on occasion if I land wrong. I don't want to be sidelined like that again. I thought a lot about what you said about learning from injury and I take it back--I have learned a lot. I learned that I need to keep doing my hip strengthening exercises (ie clamshells) because when my hips are strong, I don't land on that toe. I've been really good about it all winter. Let's see how things go. Hang in there!

    1. Thanks for the reminder. I need to do my clam shells too!! :)


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