Yay. It will only take me 215 years to decide which watch I want to buy.

With my bio as a constant reminder, I am a collector of everything. When it comes to electronics, though, I am the equivalent to an 83-year-old Lithuanian woman. One with mobility issues and a polka dotted scarf wrapped around her head.

All I have is a laptop, a digital camera and a pay-as-you-go phone. I am comfortable with having a pay-as-you-go cell phone because I hardly use it anyway. I don’t need a Smart Phone, and it does make me special that I’m one of the few people who aren’t glued to their phone. Yes, I’m a special kind of special: a relatively young person who’s living as if it’s the early 2000s. Well, at least it’s fitting for my blog.

There are certain purchases that I’ve been wanting to make for quite some time now, but it’s difficult for me to take the plunge. I’ve been browsing here and there, but even making a $20 purchase makes me nervous. I don’t know what’s worse: buying something and hating it or not buying something and regretting it. Ugh. I am the epitome of first world problems apparently.

Here are some of the things I’ve been wanting to purchase. If anyone has any recommendations, please let me know before my head explodes with indecision.

A watch

Like many others, I rely on my cell phone to know what the time is. It’s a hassle to pull something in and out of my pocket. I just want to look at my left wrist and be done with it. This is a relatively small and inexpensive purchase, but it still terrifies me. I am worried that I’m going to somehow break the watch the moment I get it.

On a related note, I discussed this with a friend of mine, and he’s trying to convince me to buy a pocket watch. Yeah, first, we’re not in the 1800s. Second, I don’t want to end up being like Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory. I’m not that special.

A DSLR Camera

It’s to no one’s surprise that my current camera setup is quite sad with all of the low quality obviously heavily edited photos I post. Right now, I have a point-and-shoot digital camera and a questionable tripod. I know I need to upgrade because I do have an interest in photography and want to take photos that, you know, I don’t look at and think, “Ugh. People will think I’m an elderly woman slowly losing her eyesight.” Well, I guess it at least helps to improve the “elderly woman” image I’m trying to project.

Photoshop/Final Cut Pro

I have to admit, I don’t really make videos. I would like to make it easier for me though. All I have right now is a cheap program from Corel that is barely functional for me. I just can’t commit to Final Cut Pro though, even though I know it’s the best option for editing videos. After a lengthy search, I couldn’t really find an alternative that I was comfortable with in terms of features and price.

For editing photos and the like, I’ve been using Paint Shop Pro 7. Yes, 7. I’m that ancient. I’ve been thinking about getting Photo Shop, but again, is it really worth it? I’ve been fine with my dinosaur software program though. If only I can find the equivalent in a watch.

2 thoughts on “Yay. It will only take me 215 years to decide which watch I want to buy.

  1. If that’s all you need, that’s good! I wish I was not glued to my phone as much, but it just has a lot of things that make my life easier, even if I may not necessarily need it.

    I used to use a watch all the time, it was easy to glance at, but I’m just a bit over it now. The batteries in my two watches just died and I didn’t bother replacing them.

    You don’t need a DSLR, or need to spend all the money on one, as there are some good point-and-shoot cameras out there! But since you are interested in photography, I guess you would benefit from one. Don’t forget to check out those swanky new mirrorless cameras. 😉

  2. Why not get a smart watch like Pebble? Have one and love it ^^ I suggest getting the Pebble Time honestly.

    Yeah, I used to be obsessed with pocket watches but no more, but I understand the frustration of wanting things and never deciding.

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