Changing Habits: How A Gadget will Chance How You Spend Your Time in 2020

Copenhagen is glorious at this season, especially when then sun comes out. It might be rare, but that just means, when it’s out you enjoy it so much more. Every time I see a hint of a blue sky (pretty rare these days) I am out the door. And I am sure if you are anything like me and always have a lot going on, being able to track everything from my wrist makes everything so much easier.

Honestly, I have never been a big new year’s resolution kind of guy, but I always set myself goals for the year. One of the things I want to be better as is planning my time better. Lately, I have been the master of procrastination, that’s certainly something that needs to change. With help from my new Huawei Watch GT2 I will be able to get more structured and get notifications about everything I need to get done – so now I only have to remember to put everything in to the calendar.

I’ve always loved smartwatches. They bring a level of functionality to watches that I’d never have fathomed a few years ago. To be honest, I can’t get over having a mini-computer on my wrist that lets me answer calls, track my sleeping patterns, and of course track a wide array of fitness activities that are becoming more and more of the focus when it comes to today’s wearables.

Honestly, I arrived on the smartwatch scene rather late. To me, the early versions struggled with battery life and looking a vit too much like a small computer strapped on my wrist. However, many of today’s smartwatches boast way longer battery lives, and their style are way more suitable to wear throughout the day – from morning to night. From casual to smart.

I’ve been tracking my every move with Huawei’s Watch GT2 (compatible with Android smartphones as well as iOS, of course), which battery life is up to 2 weeks. More than double most competitors. If you are a regular Android user, the interface of the Watch GT2 is relatively simple, you literally just swipe and/or use the two physical side buttons.

Ok, I am out – more tracking to do. Well, after I finish this cup of coffee.

Photos by Joakim Züger

Posted in partnership with Huawei Denmark. Thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Thanks for supporting collaborations that I am excited about and that have kept Bungalow5’s doors open.

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