I recently started a 9a-5p job. It’s still a treatment facility so I do get roped into 4p-12a and 12a-8a but for the most part it’s like normal human hours. I’m usually up at 6:45a so I can have coffee and watch either the financial news channel or the other news about ripping everything down. Anyway I’m finding I’m putting a solid 7-8 minutes into which watch I’ll wear. If it’s very humid I’ll avoid or test certain vintage watches. If I have a meeting I might wear a Chrono to time it. Heavy rain, usually a diver. If the days duties will take me to the worst parts of the city I may wear something I can hand over without too much pain although tbh most of my time is spent in what most would consider bad areas and I’ve never had a problem, I’m walking around with a big bag of medication half the time but most of it’s olanzipine, trazadone etc nothing of any street value but the people in these areas pick up pretty quickly what’s going on and they know what I’m doing and many are already greeting me with a friendly hello. Still I have a few things I take into consideration each day. I didn’t think working regular hours would bring about this change but yeah, even with a minor watch collection compared to many here that few minutes thinking about what watch to put on is definitely part of the routine now, even if I wear the same watch all week I still ruminate on it as it has become ingrained in a short period of time.