"We tell ourselves that we need the right setup before we finally buckle down and get serious. Or we tell ourselves that some vacation or time alone will be good for a relationship or an ailment. That is self-deceit at its finest. It’s far better to become pragmatic and adaptable—able to do what we need to do anywhere, anytime. The place to do your work, to live the good life, is here."
- Daily Stoic: 366 meditations on wisdom
Now this is something we all know about, isn't it? How many time do we postpone the work because the stars are not aligned? In his book, the War of Art, Steven Pressfield suggests to his readers to make the muse come and work with you, and not wait for her.
We can do the work we need to do anywhere we are. While some aspects of our work might require a specific tool (internet connection, a piece of paper), we can do much even when these things are not available.
Train yourself to do the work anywhere. A simple trick is to leave your desk and computer. Take a notebook and sit at a tiny and uncomfortable table or even just sit on a chair. Wrote the document you need in longhand.
Yes, it is artificial, but if you train yourself to do that, you'll be able to accomplish much more when you have all the tools and comfort you need, and not just when you have them.