I have the worst case of twitchy fingers. I'm working on a requested manuscript, and all I can think is how I want to send another to a different publisher. This could be an effect of normally having more than one project going at once, which I don't right now. It's also possibly a sign that I'm in trouble with the current work.
I, like most writers, I think, have a tendency to write myself into the occasional corner. I'm always well-intentioned about it, but I don't always remember where I've been or where I'm going (I do only the vaguest of plotting) and that occasionally leads to trouble. Believe me, it was even worse when I was a pure pantser.
But I've noticed that I get very antsy when there's something wrong that I haven't yet put my finger on. I don't want to go back to those pages. I distract myself with anything and everything possible. I start new projects, I think about what I should do with the books I haven't sold yet, etc. So, it's probably time to take a look back at what I've got written already and figure out how I got off track so it can be fixed.
One of these days, I'll get to the point where I can write straight through a draft and not even think about edits until after the fact.
Also: Is anyone else unable to get the Romancing the Blog page to load? I don't know exactly when it started, but suddenly I can't read it. This makes me sad.