As student pilots, we spend a lot of time practicing landings. Our logs may show 30 landings in 6 hours of flight. Then we "graduate" and we start spending more time cruising than buzzing in a pattern. Our logs show fewer landings (maybe just 1) per leg. And later, some of us return for more training. Again, more landings than flight hours. So, what is your current ratio of landings-to-PIC hours? Mine, at about 100 hours post-PPL, stands to 3.71, i.e., 3.71 landings for each hour logged as PIC. The most landings I logged were 21 during 2.5 hours of flying. I was still a student, trying to overcome my discomfort with crosswind corrections, and I spent the entire 2.5 hours working the pattern at KPWK to show that opposite rudder pedal who's the boss.