Mr. Obama limits his daily choice of suits to two. It leaves him energy for the important decisions. He doesn’t need the hassle of deciding which clothes to wear when the fate of the free world hangs in the balance.
I use this logic to justify my reasons for having no interest in cooking.
There is a relation, however tentative.
I would eat the same food and wear the same clothes all year round if it was all left up to me, with obvious hygiene caveats.
‘Save your energy for the important decisions ‘ I say.
Like the subject of your next painting, or which story you would like to write.
All decisions take creative energy. Don’t spread yourself too thin.
Prioritise what is important.
Clothes will come and go. Food, once eaten is gone for ever.
But a painting lasts a lifetime.
That’s my twisted logic and I’m sticking to it.
I was never a great logician.
The Thursday of the week. Enjoy.