It is a great deal easier to write if I'm not at home when I'm doing it, I think. It's *so* easy to find other things to do, or just sit there staring at something else to do without actually doing it, when I'm at home. This is why part of my ideal home would include an office in a separate building. Preferably half a mile away from the main house, so I'd be obliged to get up and leave the house every day, and that it'd be just long enough of a walk that going back home to find something-anything-please-i-don't-want-to-write to do would be enough hassle to not do it. :)
Oh look. I've just discovered that messing around with MySpace can very tidily waste twenty minutes of what's supposed to be writing time.