So, I am not procrastinating anymore.
Here I am, the day after having a lesson on Elder Henry B. Eyring's talk (http://lds.org/conference/talk/display/0,5232,23-1-690-32,00.html) about not waiting for "someday" to do what I need to do in my life, and I am ON IT!!!
Seriously, this talk touched me deeply. I was riveted on his talk from the moment he said, "We will weep, and He will weep, if we have intended to repent and to serve Him in tomorrows which never came or have dreamt of yesterdays where the opportunity to act was past."
I don't want to weep (or gnash my teeth) because I just didn't get around to kicking habits and breaking cycles that I always intended to kick and break. There is no time like the present. That has never been my motto, but I think it will be now. I have always been a "well, I can get away with doing it tomorrow, so why should I do it today? NO MORE!!!!
I urge all of you to read (or re-read) this talk and get pumped about "this day." I know I am!