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D Kai Wilson-Viola

Kai Wilson-Viola writes under various names, and in all genres. Co-founder and webmistress of the IAG site, she writes content on request of members. She has written several books including the Ten Hour Marketing Plan and 12x12 - tutorials for social media. When not writing, she can be found maintaining sites, designing themes, managing a charity called the Less than Three foundation, gaming, knitting or reading.

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  1. I am luckier than most in that I have several computers but these days I imagine more and more will have at least two, one being a tablet. My tablet sits beside my armchair. I use it to read e-mails and RSS feeds. I pick it up during breaks and after meals and while watching TV (about the only time I can multitask). I can check all these on my laptop but I’ve got into the habit (and, remember, habits take time to cultivate and often feel unnatural at first) of changing physical location to do certain tasks. I also have an office with a PC in it. I have certain things I only do in that room. The rest I do sitting on the couch using this laptop. If I was having a real problem I could remove e-mail and news feeds from my laptop but I’m actually quite good as not allowing myself to be distracted but I do recommend this approach. If you only have the one machine then the only answer is to turn off the applications you’re not using; that’s harder but do-able.