If you are like me when out taking photos, generally you will be running and racing trying to find the right composition before the sun sets/rises. This is wrong, do not do this! and in recent years i have gotten better.
I have learned to plan my shots more so i know what i am going shooting, as well as checking the time of sunrise/sunset plus what direction it will set/rise in (photopills app).
However, one thing i often forget to do in the midst of all the planning, shooting, angles, filters, hoods etc is to actually just enjoy the landscape. There has been so many times when i have done a shoot at sunset, got my shots, packed up and went back to the car. Then when driving home i'm thinking i didn't even sit back and watch the sunset. Is that possible? You photographed the sunset but did not watch it? Yes it's possible and i have done it countless times.
So enjoy being out, enjoy the landscape and don't rush around with the camera just to get a shot and pack up and go after you taking the time to travel to the location and make the effort to find a nice spot.
Short little rant.