When Johan Rapp was a kid, he often forgot things. Countless numbers of gloves, caps and books were lost and misplaced. His mother was not happy. They said he was careless. Now, as a grownup, he still loses things here and there. They say he is distracted. It is not easy to be distracted in our super organized world. There is so much to keep track of, so much stress, and people can get quite upset and even mad when you miss or lose something, even though you did not do it on purpose. That's why Johan Rapp started an association with a smile and a touch of irony: the Global Association for Distracted People, promoting the right to be distracted. It started in his home country, Sweden, and was a smash success in the media and among distracted people – hundreds of which remembered to apply for membership. Scores of distracted anecdotes were sent to the association, including from people who went out to walk their dog, only to realize they had forgotten to bring the dog, and a woman who took the bus to the car inspection service. A writer and former journalist of the Associated Press, Johan Rapp wrote several humor books on the subject, translations included German and Italian, and now, finally a book in English with the best stories and tips.