The internet distracts me more than anything. I use Firefox, so when I really need to focus I just use an addon to block all of my sites so that I simply -can't- visit them.
When I'm trying to focus on something that really requires thought, TVs in the background and people talking has started grabbing my attention a lot more over the years. Also, animals moving around or making noise.
I would say the computer, television, kids, phone, husband and the smell of food. What am I saying. I think everything distracts me.
(Wondering what you look like in your costume and when--if ever--i will get those pics!)
Beyond that I am distracted by the internet, my youngest son who lives with me, the TV and my baby-momma.
Hello Mighty Mom. Distractions are the fuel that runs the 'idea' engine therefore, everything is a distraction. Answering this question was a distraction from finishing a new hub but I enjoyed it! It's all good.
The internet, mainly facebook and fantasy sports, distract me from anything and everything
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