Not that I would mind! If you really insist on doing it, try doing like 30 minutes of studying and use the drawing as a break!I drew a picture of Val as an Irish monster, and now I want to draw the entire Cresnov population as monsters to keep in the October theme, except that would just be me Procrastinating on study ;-;
Turn off the Interwebnets™️ on your device(s) if it's non-essential to what your doing.So I have this terrible habit going on right now... Whenever someone talks to me (which is often, since I work at home and live with multiple people), I stop working to talk to them, but then my brain tells me that afterwards it's a good opportunity to check Cresnov, Disqus, Twitter, Webtoon, Cresnov again, Disqus again--for some reason everything again and again in a weird compulsive cycle--burning a good 10 minutes or more.
Trying to think of good ways to eliminate this awful habit loop
I use the internet basically the whole time I'm working (to stream music, to use my favorite time tracker/timer, and to sometimes search for reference images or check my scripts, stuff like that)Turn off the Interwebnets™️ on your device(s) if it's non-essential to what your doing.
I'd maybe try a FIREFOX equivalent, except agreeing to the permissions for those types of add-ons makes me feel like I'm signing away the internet history of my entire family line for the next 800 yearsMight I recommend BlockSite on the Chrome store? I used during studies to block distracting websites, like youtube, flash games, heck even Cresnov! (I literally couldn't get off the site without help XD) The application allows you to block certain sites, keep others, and even offers the option of placing images to turn your attention back to the work! (E.g. sad puppies, monkeys, angry old ladies to remind yourself of your fifth grade teacher who caught you sketching in class, cockroaches), and if you're feeling really cynical toward yourself, you can have the app redirect your page back to your work, like a subtly sarcastic reverse uno card!