Distractions Abound

13 thoughts on “Distractions Abound”

  1. I can listen to just about any music. For me, it usually depends on the song. I plan to hole up with a book soon as well, only I’ll be sitting in my car while Miss Sunshine has soccer practice. 🙂

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  2. Great to see you on my reader again! I’m quite the same as you where I often think of great posts/things to weite about but it’s usually disappeared into the depths of my short term memory loss by the time willow is tucked up. If I had time, I’d make some notes but it’s not advised to write while driving, and I certainly wouldn’t go near a notebook with wet soapy hands when I’ve thought of something during the daily dish wash!
    I’m still struggling to find a topic for my first ‘back to it’ post, but I’m sure I’ll get there!

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  3. I found myself nodding in agreement with your post. Firstly, being in my own world cycling along just me and my thoughts and secondly, staring at the computer with fingers poised yet unable to think of anything meaningful to write. Hence why I haven’t for a week or so. Keep writing.

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    1. Cycling is pretty good for that, isn’t it – I’m quite fortunate in many ways that I cycle to work – not just because of the fitness thing – but also because it forces a break between the stress at work, and the mayhem at home 🙂

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      1. It’s too easy to go from the stress of work & into the mayhem of home then the whole thing becomes a blurred mess. Sometimes if I park my car a little further away at work, I enjoy the 10 minute stroll which allows my brain time to switch off from work before the bedlam of rush hour traffic and home.


  4. Great post, an insight into reality. I write posts like this also – you may have noticed – where I hadn’t planned a specific content. I simply felt like talking at that moment.
    Internal dialogue I call it ☺️

    Blogging is perfect for this … as opposed to FB, where I used to occasionally muse about life. Most ‘friends’ would comment something along the lines of ‘go do some work!’ .. or .. ‘What ARE you on about?’ (Do you know those types who like to be seen and heard?)
    A couple used to say ‘Love your posts, you should start a blog!’ I was like, WTF is a blog? I’d heard of the word but assumed it was mostly for young people trialling new make up products, or businesses selling themselves. (We are, I suppose, all potential small literary businessss)

    I looked into this thing called blogging and discovered a whole community of like-minded would-be writers who just enjoy talking. And sharing. And I love it 😌
    I love your posts too, imagining you in the junk room while contemplating while life potters on around you…


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