“Does the apartment need cleaning?” “Have I seen the episode of Law & Order that’s on right now?” “Should I make nachos?” These are the thoughts you mutter while sitting in front of your computer trying to write. Often, to finally churn out that short story, essay, or chapter, you need to eliminate the distractions. That’s why Cass Calder Smith designed these four sparsely outfitted cabins. Tucked away in the Santa Cruz Mountains, the structures allow writers to focus on their work and nothing else. Filled with a bed, a writing desk, and a chair, the cabins are designed for uninterrupted writing. Each cedar abode also boasts a large glass door, solar panels, and zero Xbox Ones.