Day at writing cottage:
About twice a year I rent a cottage to write in. There are no distractions, no internet so no email or Twitter. I wake up and start writing. After 1000 words or so, I go and have a shower and get dressed. Another 1000 words, and it's breakfast. Another 1000 words, and it's lunch and Bargain Hunt. Another 1000 words and it's time for Countdown. That's probably it, but I might do some more. Total: 4000+ words.
I faff. I procrastinate. I go on Twitter. I check my email. I check my blog. I check my stats. I go on Twitter. I can spend hours doing this. I watch Bargain Hunt and eat my lunch. Back upstairs, and time for some more faff. Then, Countdown. Then, feel horribly guilty at having to to tell my partner I've not written anything today. Rush upstairs to bed, grab my laptop and start writing so at least I look busy if he comes home early. He turns up. I realise it's dark outside and I've done 2000 words. Total: 2000 words.
I don't even try. I'm usually so tired after teaching all I want to do is have a large mug of tea and curl up and watch Bargain Hunt or Countdown, but that's day time TV so I make do with re-runs of Poirot or Miss Marple. Total: 0 words.
Which explains why going to the cottage is needed, and why I limit the number of hours I teach.