It's a bit strange that Rachel McAdams would do another film as a Time Traveller's wife but she's so lovable you don't really mind. About Time is quite an enjoyable movie - can be a bit slow - but has some good insights. I guess it's in keeping with my theme for this year of seeing the beauty in the ordinary.
Tim (the protagonist) learns to see that. He also learns, (from being a time traveller) to live each day with an awareness that allows him to see and enjoy every moment. Being a time traveller allows him to relive the day, conscious of everything that his day would entail. This frees him from the stress and anxiety of going through the day for the first time, without knowing what would happen. The second time round he can really stop and take it all in.
What Tim learns, which is useful to those of us who can't travel in time, is to live the first day like he would have lived the second. More aware, less anxious, more in the moment. It seems that is where the key is!