I don't wanna!!!
That's my problem. Anymore I get myself worked up into like anxiety attacks when it comes time for something I HAVE to do. Back in college (and just about all my life before) I did just fine by excelling in "crunch" time after procrastinating up until the due date, but now in my professional life it means more and more that I just rationalize not doing my work at all.
I honestly feel like I can be more productive repairing myself and my life focusing on all the great behavior improving excercises given here and other fine resources away from my office desk and repetative one-task work, but I know how plainly unacceptable and destructive such behaviors are after even just a few days worth.
Just plain not doing work I know damn well I can do (and even often enough enjoy!) is what mainly lost me one great job and now it seems I'm trying to have it cost me another (less great but even more needed) job. :[ All the same I just can't stand to think of *wasting* my time doing that when I am finally feeling some precious motivation to do other productive activities!
I often feel like I'd like to live on Mars where the days are ~40hrs long so I'd have enough time to get done what normal people do :P
Well that's the most urgent issue that I needed to get off my chest. In general I thank God that this place even exists. I've been treated for depression for a few years now, and ADD a few years fewer than that, but as I've read and heard more and more accounts of what ADDICTION is like, the more I've realized that I am an addict. The really torturous part is that I couldn't believe there was anything to be done about it since there was nothing concrete (like drugs or food or anything) that I was addicted *too*. Finally just having the gumption to google for Procrastinators Anonymous now has me feeling like a man lost in the desert for years finally finding an oasis. :D