10 Sensible Ways to Avoid Distractions

I might have to try a few of these techniques. Anyone know where I can purchase a small-sized tiger???

The Strange Stories of Matthew Stott

distraction

It’s very easy to get distracted. For example, I was going to write this piece earlier, got distracted by a reflective surface, and spent the next 37 minutes contemplating the majesty of my facial bush.

As a writer, distraction is the enemy. An enemy with an alluring caboose that you can’t help but follow as it wiggles across the room. So what can you do to make sure that you don’t succumb and actually GET SOME WRITING DONE?

Here’s ten top tips from me. If these don’t work, you may as well feed yourself through a mangle, cos’ there ain’t no hope for you.

1) Punch to the nuts every time you take your fingers off the keyboard. If you’re  a woman (some people are) do what you feel best approximates a nut-punch. Tit punch? Run ovary first into the corner of a table? Up to you, have fun with…

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