Month: June 2018

Popular Styles of Men’s Watches

You know that you want to buy a watch. What you don’t know is which style of watch you want to buy. Arming yourself with the knowledge of the various watch styles will ease the headache of picking the best watch for your needs. Learn some of the most popular watch styles below before you shop.

Dress Watch

A dress watch is one that you’ll wear to important engagements, like business meetings and to Sunday service. This watch style will compliment your dress suit or other professional attire perfectly, helping you leave those you grace your presence with a long-lasting impression. Although many dress watches tell time, most are worn only as a complimentary piece rather than as a timepiece.


Military watch

The military watch is a style that is built to withstand many types of damage and dangers that a traditional watch would not. The watch has been around since the 1800s and is sold by many brands and in an array of styles.

Field watch

A field watch is commonly called a sports watch. This style of watch is worn by hunters and other outdoorsmen who need a tactical watch with lots of features and functions.  The field watch may have a compass built in, among other features. The watches are built rugged and are extremely durable.

Chronograph Watch

A chronograph watch is yet another style of watch to choose from. The chronograph watch doesn’t feature any numbers. Instead, it features large hands that rotate to the appropriate time. This is one of the most popular watch styles sold today.

Diver Watches

Diver watches are resistant to water up to depths of 120mm. You can find the watches in an array of styles to accommodate every personality. They’re similar to military-style watches but even better. Jacques Cousteau popularized the watch in his French film.

Which type of watch is most suitable to your needs? Now that you know the different types of men’s watches you can buy, it is time to let the fun begin. Keep in mind this is only a very partial list of the watch styles out there. No matter what it is you want in a watch, you can find a great watch to meet your needs!

Naturally Gluten Free Foods for Your Snack Break

Living a gluten free lifestyle can be difficult. There are many dietary restrictions that apply, because most processed foods contain some form of gluten. Not to mention all the hidden glutens people can run into.

The good news is that there are plenty of gluten free foods you can eat for a quick snack break. The key is simply to be prepared, because you won’t be able to count on having something available – a reality many learn the hard way.

With this plight in mind, we’ve come up with a list of naturally gluten free foods you can have for snacks. These are portable and can be carried around in small baggies or reusable containers. Some of them, however, will need refrigeration if not eaten for more than an hour after being made.

1: Apple Slices with Peanut Butter

To make this treat, core an apple and then cut in half. Cut each half in quarters or eighths, depending on how thin you enjoy your slices. Top these with a thin layer of all-natural, organic peanut butter. Want to make even less of a mess? Place the peanut butter between two thin apple slices, sandwich style.

2: Homemade Trail Mix

While commercial trail mixes often contain gluten, it is easy to make your own at home. Start with a base, such as cheerios (which are gluten free), gluten free pretzels, or you can skip the base and simply add extra nuts and seeds. All nuts and seeds are good choices, but many prefer sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, peanuts, and walnuts. You can choose to add dried fruit, chocolate chips, coconut, gluten-free granola, etc.

3: Ants on A Log

This childhood favorite is gluten-free, and healthy too. Celery has almost no calories, and peanut butter is packed full of protein. Simple cut celery into small sections. Add peanut butter to the hollow inside, and then top with raisins.

4: Berry Medley & Yogurt

This is a perfect summertime snack. Choose a plain yogurt without added flavors. Plain Greek yogurt is preferred. If you prefer a sweeter yogurt, add a drizzle of organic local honey. For the topping, mix a cup of your favorite berries together with a teaspoon of sugar or your favorite alternative. Allow them to sit in the fridge overnight, and then add a tablespoon atop your morning yogurt. Popular berries to use include strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries.