I've been thinking a little that maybe one of our problems in trying to "fight procrastination" or "be more efficient with our time", is that we often classify things as "wasting time" that are really sources of real enjoyment for us, though we don't consider them to be; and that maybe admitting how much we actually enjoy doing them might help us to manage our time better.
For example, many of us surf the internet a lot and search for new software, etc. And we sometimes view this as a huge time waster. But if we admit that we obviously get real pleasure out of this, maybe it would help us to figure out how to fit it into our schedules and time management.
Maybe it just means pro-actively allocating yourself time to surf and treating it like a daily item that you need to make time for.