Procrastination, an immediate negative image will jump to your mind once you encounter this word. I do believe that procrastination is a powerful tool (regardless to the real work that is not yet done), it makes you explore stuff that are not supposed to be your current priority. Only then you discover the passion you have for other things in life that are not necessarily directly related to your career or current goals you are trying to achieve. Your interests can be completely shifted to something else, and maybe you whole life can be changed.
Being a graduate student was overwhelming, shocking, enjoyable and most importantly had to meet a lot of different deadlines. So you can obviously imagine the discrete period of procrastination one can go through. I have been revived artistically and creatively, and with the power of the internet the possibilities are endless . I have thankfully came to the state where I can know when exactly to stop procrastination and go back to work.
I believe that being skilled at certain hobbies you enjoy the most is better than being a mediocre at tens of them. Hence I have currently limited my self on few, so I don't get distracted and get stuck again on an endless procrastination loop. If you are still reading this, I really congratulate you and would like to remind you to go back to work immediately, just kidding!