I love this idea from Laura McInerny as quoted in the book Curious, by Ian Leslie: When you live somewhere boring—and we all live somewhere boring—then we have a choice about the way we will see that place. We can spend our days thinking like everyone else, seeing the same things over and over, and never once wondering about how they got that way, or why they stayed that way, or how they could be better. Or, we can learn. And if we make the choice to learn, and to be
Of course. But I live in New Orleans and my wife is a musician. Plenty of activity! But always nice to show friends the town. (Although as a vegetarian, I have to watch them eat!). I like my house, the birds outside my window, walking the same 20 block radius every day. I grew up in Buffalo NY and probably visited Niagara falls with family five times. So I get the Indy Speedway analogy.