Being a distractible personality doesn't help.
Granted, we just returned to WA state and I'm trying to get transitioned to the other environment, sorting out the studio and house.......
But distraction is a problem. It was the bane of my existence when I was a child. (Although, I must admit, it was like tickling your brain and most entraining.) In school, a teacher would say something that would set me into an imagination spin, galloping off into the land of 'what if' and I would suddenly realize that time had past and I hadn't heard a thing for several minutes. I would get in a lot of hot water over this.
It still happens. Only today, there's even more things to pull your thoughts every which way.
Take YouTube for instance. You can chase some thread for hours just letting whatever lead from one thing to another, playing out until you have gone completely off what started the whole thing in the first place.
It doesn't help that I'm the Queen of Collecting Random Facts. No one in my family will play Trivia Pursuit with me any more. I nearly always win. (One of my favorite things to do is watch TV and try and figure out what's wrong with the patient before "House" does.)
All this caused me to order a book about how to get a grip on this runaway disorganization thing and take better control of myself. So far, I haven't even opened the book. I'm nearly afraid to. Maybe it will change my whole life. Maybe it will make me a very dull person indeed. We'll see.
To be continued.
Whenever I get the things done enough
to the point that I want to get them done
before I completely devote all my attention to delving into this 'getting organized thing.'
But right now, I have about 5 things I need to do first.