3 Things That Distract Me


Happy Monday!

Todays post, I’ll be showing you guys 3 things I find distract me during my writing sessions. As we all know, it’s super hard to stay focused on one task. As soon as we sit down to write, do homework, clean up our room etc., there is always something else we need to do. I do plan to write a productivity post in the future, but today, I’m going to show you guys three things that distract me. If you can relate to any of these, let me know! I love reading your guys’ comments. And even if you don’t, comment and tell me what you find distracting,

Without Further ado, Let’s get on to the post!

3 Things That Distract Me

  1. The Internet: I know everyone has an issue with the internet. Come on, It’s a guilty pleasure. There’s YouTube. Social Media. Other blogs. I’ll find myself needing to go on Thesaurus while editing, but then end up spending 30 minutes on Pinterest searching up bookish memes instead.  Whoops? I finally go back to editing, and then remember why I was online in the first place!
  2. My Phone: I know I just said the Internet, but I feel like my phone is an entirely different category. I’m always on my phone. Trust me–Ask my parents. The best thing for me to do, is put my phone in another room, or turn off Wi-Fi if I plan on doing a lot that day.
  3. My Stomach: Yes you read that right. As I write this, I am literally munching on Baby carrots. I am a food addict I think. I love to eat while I’m doing pretty much anything: Reading. Writing. It’s bad.

I’m laughing at myself because I was super distracted writing this super short post about distractions. Coincidence? I think not.

Well that’s all for today. I hope you enjoyed this post. If you haven’t don’t forget to subscribe to relieve monthly newsletters with exclusive updates on my books!

See you all next week!

In HIS Joy,

Gabriella Slade

 

 


About Gabriella

Gabriella Slade grew up as the eldest of seven, two of her sisters being adopted from West Africa. As a homeschooled student, Gabriella spent her free time reading novels and scribbling down stories from a young age, where she discovered her love for fantasy. As a teen, she wrote and edited her debut novel over a period of 3 years. Gabriella has been blogging since 2015. Her blog won the Libester award in 2017. You can connect with her online at gabriellaslade.com