Before you start a new job, it is easy to become a bundle of nerves. Being unemployed can be far worse, but after spending several months away from an office environment, a structured workday can be utterly exhausting.
I experienced this myself just last week, when I started my new job at a local Internet marketing company. At first I thought maybe I was just out of shape, accustomed to having more time to myself, or I needed to get to bed earlier, but I couldn’t help thinking there was something else at work.
That’s when I read an article about how exposure to computers, office equipment and telecommunications (like WiFi and sophisticated phone systems) can have a serious effect on our health. I remembered feeling this way before, but it wasn’t until last week that I realized how true it was for me. The article also suggested wearing a Philip Stein Teslar watch to ward off the effects of workplace “electronic pollution”. I had heard about these watches on Oprah a few times, so I decided to check them out.
When I visited Neiman Marcus on my lunch hour last week, I was lucky to find a Philip Stein representative there to answer my questions about frequency technology. He confirmed what I had already learned in the article and online – that Philip Stein Teslar watches are a great way to remain calm and relaxed, even at work. But I knew I couldn’t be thoroughly convinced until I tried one for myself, so I went ahead and splurged on a Philip Stein watch.
By the time I came into work on Monday, I knew that this week was going to be different. I could feel the effects of my new watch kicking in over the weekend, but it was in the office that it really paid off. Amazingly, I was able to keep my “weekend state of mind” all day long, even after enduring back to back meetings and deadlines.
All I can say about Philip Stein watches is – go get one, NOW! You will wonder how you ever got this far in your career without one.