I have a reading nook, just waiting to be useful. Right now it's not, because there's a pile of clothes and I think a pillow and blanket are hiding in the mass on my rocking chair. Also, there is a spilled mess of various boxes and papers (some school, some story...most story was for school, heh) in front and on either side of the chair.
I think papers may be my worst enemy on this earth.
As such, I want to read in my rocking chair nook (and it may also turn into my writing corner), but it'll take a lot of determined de-hoarding to get there, so I just read on the couch instead. The problem with that? The couch is located in the living room, as is the TV, which is on more than not, and when it comes to moving pictures, I'm like a moth to flame. Which means I don't read as much as I could, and reading time ebbs into doing other things time, which means less gets done all around.
Sometimes I'm too easily distracted.
Okay, risking another kick in the rear from Ami Hendrickson or others, I'm going to make a goal, because sometimes public goals with a grade looming get me moving (
And when I say "nook," I don't mean the ereader, 'cuz I bought a Kindle.
Am I alone in this cycle, or do some of you have difficulty setting aside a secluded area for reading? If you had that problem and overcame it, please share how you did it!