I feel like I do a lot to manage my life and keep in together, and I do a lot that I can tell others struggle to do, but I do spend A LOT of time browsing the internet and reading and writing for no pay, but some times I chalk it up to kind of a civic duty or something else. More and more, I've heard other people say they procrastinate too, even experts and professionals, and I notice that most of the people that I work with have the same behavioral patterns as me. Some times they take time to respond to an e-mail or they fail to do something that I thought for sure they'd be on top of. I'm fine with this because it makes me feel less guilty when I do it, and I chalk it up to everyone just trying to live their own lives and manage what is very chaotic and many times unpredictable lives and workloads, but then in other moments I can't help but think "there is no way people procrastinate as much as I do," because I'm not putting in 8+ hour work days for money like many other people I know, but working this much also might not be a good thing. So what's the deal, fellow procrastinators? If you had to quantify it in some way, or even qualify it, how much time do you spend what you would call "procrastinating"? What is procrastination really and how do you know you're doing too much of it? And if someone is doing it, what are some tips to stop? I can honestly say I think I'm in the 5-10 category at this point. It's been better, it's been worse.