I’m touched by the truth in this post from His Nibs:
Perhaps my computer had become more of a task-master than I imagined.
Unlike the singular relationship pen has to paper, my computer holds
all my tasks, so when I open the desktop’s folders, my attention
remains divided among the projects I must sort through before starting
on the one I choose. Putting pen to paper isolates the task at hand to
the plain work of putting words on paper.