Z and I make the point to visit places we love again and again. And again.
This is the opposite of boring.
There’s no rush to see everything all at once.
Instead, we take advantage of the extraordinary luxury of true looking. Even if it means spending an hour in front of one piece of art.
I’m finding that this kind of observational slowness reinforces the ability to see wonder in both the mundane and the magical. Equally.
And, in the best of circumstances, this can lead to inspiration. Lots of it.
I wouldn’t trade all of the field trips and exposure to new opportunities in the world for that.