Finding a place to write - a constantly changing problem which I wrote about in http://janeayres.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/a-place-to-write.html
In 2012 I was favouring laptop on lap on sofa - not good for my back.
Although there is a desk in the living room where the TV is, at times I needed to get away to a different room to be quiet and concentrate, so I rolled the chair into the junk room and stuck my lappie on a small fold up table. That worked to some extent at the time.
But I am restless again, seeking a new method - one that involves plenty of breaks, but in a clutter free space and a separate room. My very old laptop had to be pensioned off and I have a new, smaller and lighter lappie, easier to carry around, and one which can run off the battery (my old one only worked when plugged into the mains).
Editing in cafes works for now - printing off 300 words of a short story draft then writing in longhand to expand and revise. Then back to laptop to update. Then more edits. I enjoy editing. I just have to find a working method for actually getting new words on the screen. Without compromising my back and eyes. Little and often, I suppose.
Any suggestions for productive and comfortable working methods very welcome!