Good evening! I have a question. The other day, I was talking with an American guy. We were talking about a trip I'm going on soon, and I said to him, "I'm looking forward to it". Then, he said that "I look forward to it" sounds better. I was confused. I thought "I'm looking forward to it" is perfect because I'm feeling it right now. I should have asked him why the sentence I said wasn't good, but I missed the chance. Could someone teach me why "I look forward to it" is better than "I'm looking forward to it"? Thank you in advance!