You should keep a journal, they say. It will help you with your problems, they say. ...maybe they are right, I think. Like many other fapstronauts I came to the realization, that, after quitting porn and fapping, I have won plenty of time - time I am really good at wasting. Since my native language is not english, I at first did not even know what "to procrastinate" meant. But I was already good at it. So now I am without PMO since about 70 or 80 days, and I have to admit, that I can not complain too much. Everything was fine so far. I always knew, that I could spent my time way more efficient, but I also thought, that a little bit of laziness is no problem at all. But today I had kind of a bad day at work. Nothing too bad, but I was still in a bad mood. And suddenly I started to think about porn more often. Good old porn. My getaway drug. So after I came home I started to make up my mind about all the things I could/should do, but I was not able to start anything. So I ended up doing nothing for the whole afternoon and evening (just watching stupid videos on YouTube and reading even more stupid articles). And again, there were the thoughts about porn. Luckily I did not give in, and abstained from further temptations, but nevertheless I knew that I have to change some things to get more value into my life. And (like many times before) nofap gave me the answer before I even was able to pose the question. I skipped through some posts and found a thread from a guy who also tries to fill his time with the most content possible (unfortunately I can not remember his name or the threads name). So I decided to start a journal in which I try to post a couple of times a week about my progress with fighting procrastination. Starting tomorrow. Hopefully this will help me, because otherwise I fear that I could get into a downward spiral, which would most likely lead me into giving up on everything I achieved so far completely (because of the lack of a sense). P.S.: Any advice or help would be appreciated.