I've been working on the copy edits for Devil May Ride. It's going smoothly but it's taken my mind out of Book 3 and put me in total edit mode.
Edit mode is also conducive to cleaning mode.
I don't know why, but when I'm in full writing-new-stuff mode the cleaning just doesn't happen. However, the minute there is editing to be done, my thoughts go to "Edit that page!" then immediately jump to "Get those dust bunnies!"
So between sessions at the computer, I'm trying to clean out closets. I'm not a pack rat but I live with one so it's not as easy as it sounds! Since the seasons are changing on the West Coast and *finally* resembling more summer weather, I've got clothes to go through too. Not just for myself but for the 3 boys (my daughter does her own). I used to take all the real winter stuff and put it in suitcases until the following year. Except lately we've been needing the suitcases too much. Now I've got a stack of those rubber bins to load up but if I stick 'em in the closet they take up too much room and if I put them in the garage they stand the chance of being forgotten in that deep, dark hole.
Does your brain link non-creative tasks with housework? What do you do with your change of season clothes?