(That wasn't very hard to guess, was it?)
Well, here it goes. I found a lovely little thought on (yup, you guessed it) procrastination.
A quick thought from Elder Donald L. Hallstrom of the Seventy:
"Procrastination may seem the easy way, as it momentarily removes the effort required to accomplish something of value. Ironically, in time, procrastination produces a heavy burden laced with guilt and a hollow lack of satisfaction. Temporal and, even more importantly, spiritual goals will not be achieved by procrastination.
Now is the time to exercise our faith. Now is the time to commit to righteousness. Now is the time to do whatever is required to resolve our undesired circumstances. Now is the time to reconcile with God through the merciful process of change afforded us by the Redeemer of mankind."
I think that it couldn't be more clearly stated-- if we want to reach our goals, we have to get up and get to work! Nothing will ever be accomplished if we keep procrastinating, both in the temporal and spiritual sense.
Now is the time! Do whatever it is you've been meaning to do. Now is the time, not later.
As for me, now is the time... for bed. :-)