Raise your hand if you're procrastinating. If you have something you should be doing, but you're not. If you keep saying, I'll start it in ten minutes, which quickly becomes more. Or even if, like me, you want to work on something, maybe an art piece or story, and you just can't bring yourself to do it.
I'm betting there are quite a few hands up. Even if you can't see them, they're there. Mine is. So it's nothing to be ashamed of, and I think that's something really important to remember, because beating yourself up about it certainly isn't going to make you want to do it more.
Maybe you don't enjoy this thing you should be doing. Maybe you're scared of it. Maybe you haven't the foggiest idea why you just can't seem to get around it, and that's okay too.
I've found that lately this has been a problem with a lot of my hobbies. It happens a lot around crunch time for my university work (which is now), but instead of not being able to study, I can't draw, or write, or play video gam