Life in the desert is inspiring. The sort of things that live here are focussed; they seize every chance—act on every opportunity.
That behaviour stands in sharp contrast to my own life since I became a smartphone owner nearly twenty years ago. Desert-dwellers do not hear a beep, read a message, follow a link and fall into a rabbit hole, only to wake up on YouTube hours later—unable to recall why.
I do, but I try to improve.
I am no longer one of those people who put off things until the last minute. These days, without pause, delay or hesitation, I instead procrastinate.
Now, THAT is what I call progress.