I am in a constant battle with myself over the issue of procrastination. In general:
- I find a distraction
- I block myself from accessing it
- One day I want to see it so I figure out a way around the block
- Eventually the way of circumventing the block becomes automatic, muscle-memory
- Now the distraction is back and I need to find a new way to keep myself away from it
Right now I am blocking a ton of sites using the BlockSite extension. It's great, makes me go entirely cold turkey. But the problem is, it's easy to disable by just going to Window > Extensions and flicking it off. Now that's becoming automatic for me and the issue is back, so the extension is basically useless.
Is there a way, in Chrome, to disable access to the extensions page, remove it from the Window menu, lock it with a password, or otherwise make it difficult to access? I would imagine there must be since there are a number of parental supervision extensions and if this wasn't possible, kids could easily disable those in much the same way.