I live for the contrast, the changes, the new and different — the unknown.
It’s great to have your recurring habits and workflow but it really gets interesting when you arrive in a situation you’re unfamiliar with. Because that’s when you really start paying attention. You have no choice, it’s adapt or die, and to adapt means to survey, analyse, and try to understand your environment.
I’ve often met, exchanged or even clashed with people avert to change, but between being a liberal progressist and someone who can’t grow in a habit of routine, change is always welcome.