I watched Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel again. And Bill Cunningham New York. I like to revisit these two often. For inspiration and a sense of self. Both are extraordinary examples of disregard. Both didn’t create or capture images for commercial success or advertising dollars. They created out of their imagination and eye for the unusual. The joy and freedom of not giving a damn about the crowd. Not caring if you earn a single dollar. That is the only way to create and thrive. Not bending or breaking. But rather sitting in the drivers seat, steering the tastes of readers and subscribers.