Today's... you know... is about the "how' of writing. As always, feel free to answer for yourself in the comments!
Where do you write? Is it always the same place, or can you write anywhere? Do you use a computer, typewriter, paper and pen? Do you write to music, or do you need silence?
I usually write in my "office", which is a corner of the guest room consisting of a wing-backed chair I used to use for nursing when The Son was wee, an ottoman that doubles as a low desk, a big Rubbermaid container full of writing books and old notebooks, and a nice view of the pines that surround my house and diligently protect it from sunlight. My other writing place is in a comfy chair in the "quiet reading room" at the library. The key is that I cannot be sitting at a table or desk; I have never been able to create with my feet on the ground. I need to sit back with my feet up on something. Obviously, I use a laptop, although I do also scribble in notebooks when I'm trying to work out plot solutions. Writing by hand seems to access a different part of my brain.
To my sorrow, I cannot write to music, or while the TV is on, or at a coffee shop while the people at the table next to me are discussing their love lives, or while some truck in my neighborhood is apparently going around the world backwards. I'm a "Silence!" writer. I prefer to write when the house is empty, and I use a fan for white noise.