Maybe accurate or maybe not, but I’d rather be posting this than doing what I actually have to do:

Procrastination most often arises from a sense that there is too much to do, and hence no single aspect of the to-do worth doing… . Underneath this rather antic form of action-as-inaction is the much more unsettling question whether anything is worth doing at all. 

Mark Kingwell. As quoted in “Later: What does procrastination tell us about ourselves?,” James Surowiecki, The New Yorker, October 11, 2010