It is then when you realize you’re probably afraid of being inside for too long.
Shoes face outward to ensure that leaving is as easy as slip and go.
Which also means that you don’t want to stay inside for longer than you need to be.
Whatever is going on inside is probably failing to pique your interests, unimportant for you to attend to, or should be attended by someone else…not you.
Or maybe that’s just how you are.
You don’t care about what is going on inside, but are made to be inside.
Or you actually care. But you want to live a touch-n-go life, having a breadth of experiences. Never mind the depth.
That is why you always go in, but also always leaving your shoes facing outward.