On Thursday night, I prepared for a seven-hour car journey. I fluttered about, almost in a panic: How I can I use this time productively? How will I avoid being utterly bored?
A few months ago I had the heart of London at my doorstep. Now I’ve returned to the rural outskirts of Boston, off a major road, with no car.
When it came time for enduring Friday’s journey, to my dismay, my video entertainment had not downloaded. But it was okay. I found myself staring out the window at my America.
With fresh, intentional eyes, there is so much to see.
Simple Fix: Allow yourself to be interested.
We don’t have to go somewhere to do something interesting – we just have to remember that we are already somewhere.