CHRISTMAS 'TIME' WITH JORD WATCHES

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Happy December!
I think I have written EVERY single month of this year on how fast 2017 has gone by. Now we're here, December has come and the year is basically over. I've such an extraordinary year and I am so excited to send off 2017 on a high note giving back to my loved ones.
With December comes the Holidays and a great time to give those you love something special. I was able to give Chase an early Christmas gift, thanks to JORD WATCHES.

If you aren't familiar with the brand, JORD , they are a unique wood watch online brand. This is actually the second watch Chase has of theres and I personally think they are stunning and very original which makes for great gifts. Prior to last years Jord watch, Chase had been on the hunt of a watch that would fit his style. He didn't want anything too bulky or too much hardware and usually with men's watches that typically the style you find most. At times if you do find a great watch unfortunately, they might be out of price range and it can become a large investment.

We found Jord watches after seeing them all over the internet and really liked their brand because it was so versatile in prices and style. On their website you can read all about the different materials they use to make their unique watches. You can scan and see which watch fits your price range as well.
 An added bonus to the watch is how they arrive, their presentation is beautiful. They all come in a stunning wood box. Once you open the magnetized box, you'll see your watch wrap around a small burlap cushion, which keeps your watch nice and safe and looks perfect on any bedside table. Jord can even engrave the box for you, which adds a special touch to any gift. Inside the box you will also get the supplies needed to keep up maintenance of the watch. 
Chase, is wearing c/o The Reece Series Walnut and & Navy Watch
“In family relationships love is really spelled t-i-m-e.”—President Dieter F. Uchtdorf
I hope you are having a wonderful start to the festive Holiday season, no matter what you celebrate. On another note, I will be trying to do Blogmas this year (wish me luck).
If you aren't familiar with Blogmas, this just means I will be posting everyday until Christmas. I will try to extend it until the new year (wish me luck, again). My entire family will be in South Florida for Christmas, which hasn't happened in a long time so I am trilled to see everyone. But it will also be a very busy time for me, nonetheless I am ready for BLOGMAS!

As always thanks for stoping by

Joan 


You can sign up HERE for a special discount code from JORD

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