Working on my writing from home has proven to be more difficult than I first anticipated. There is my laptop, first of all, which of course has access to the internet, with facebook, email, blogs, and numerous other sites to browse. Then there is food, which I can’t help but snack on. Then there are books I want to read, and music I want to listen to, and a bed I want to sleep in. On top of all that is a sluggish, draining inertia which develops in both my mind and body when I spend too many hours in my house sitting by a desk.
It’s not hard to imagine why I haven’t been getting much work done. Continue reading