I do. When I sit down to my computer, I am a hundred yards from the Atlantic Ocean. Add to that my creative ability and my work area is fully stocked. As you might imagine, I don't spend as much time writing during the summer as in the winter. "Life's a beach."
Distractions have never been a real problem for me when I sit down to work on a project. During my 12 years as a basketball referee and baseball umpire, I learned to tune out distractions and concentrate on the task at hand. But, I have been known to pop in a western movie when I'm working on a western fiction project.
I don't need anything in particular if everything's a mess it doesn't bother me, just don't interrupt me when I'm in the middle of something cause in a second I can forget it.
As little as possible and easy listening music. My writing area needs to be clutter free. Unless I am in need of historical or other sources for my writing, I keep only my dictionary and Blacks Law Dictionary within my reach.
A pepsi and some soft instrumental music. No television and no internet connection! They're distractions, distractions, distractions!
I concentrate best in chaos, that being said my two toddlers are constantly running around while I am typing.
My work area consists of me, a computer, and a bunch of films in the background that have amazing soundtracks. That might sound weird, but working in silence is awful for me. I get bored, my mind starts racing. If I put a 2 1/2 hour long film on - something with a great soundtrack - I can concentrate fully and look up every now and then to watch a few seconds of film. My favourite writing film is 'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford'. It sounds and looks beautiful, and keeps me writing for set periods. Other writers probably think I'm nuts doing this!
Music. Sound is my major distractor, so I surround myself in familiar music to drown out any interference, then tune out the music from my mind and focus.
A TV that's turned off and an iPhone stereo that sometimes plays jazz. I have to have a clean, organized work area. Other than that it's just me and my laptop, where ever.
I watch and create mind movies, affirmations overlaid with sound on iMovie. I watch those when I get up, when I go to bed and sometime during the day. My mind is always on.
Silence and a cup of coffee
Candles, a glass of wine and some other stuff:).
With a game plan in hand, I keep the play book close to me. I keep all the tools I need either within grasp, or staged - ready for pick up. This allows me to keep in motion and keep producing at a fast pace.
Nature, sunlight, music.
I don't have a specific work area. I always have a journal with me and music, loud, so I can block everything out.
I'm always listening to quiet music. Mostly sad or romantic music.