When this New York Times piece came out late last year, it was an important reminder to consider what we spend the most time LOOKING at. For many, it’s a smartphone – a device that has distracted many of us from Noticing the beauty of humanity that surrounds us. This article is an invitation to pause and intentionally Notice the people and places around us.
What details large and small await when we take time to LOOK up and truly see? What invisible detail becomes more prominent? And most importantly what might we do with the details and information we see to design our Experiences anew? This is your cue to put down the phone, take a walk, LOOK up and begin Noticing.