when organizing my physical space, i ask myself questions about objects/spaces to reflect on how i interact with them. a question i instinctively ask first is "how (often) do i use ___?", the answer being a use-case and its frequency. in the last few days, i reframed the question as "how (often) do i referecne this?", which is similar in nature, but yields different, les usability-centric answers.
how does this relate to environment design for good rituals? how can a similiar reframing affect digital spaces?
NO PHONE CASE
KEEPING A JOURNAL
GOOD HAND WRITING
YOU HOLDING MY BAG
WAKING UP WITHOUT ALARM
“I have always loved the gaps, the spaces between things, as much as the things. I love staring, pondering, mulling, puttering. I love the times when someone or something is late—there’s that rich possibility of noticing more, in the meantime … Poetry calls us to pause. There is so much we overlook, while the abundance around us continues to shimmer, on its own.”