I've always managed to procrastinate sufficiently until choices are made at the last moment. Through these experiences I've also realized that it is the hardest and most strainful when you haven't decided on what to do, and its okay or at least better once the decision is made, and best if you don't look back on it. Large proportion of stress comes from the thought, what if you make the wrong decision, and trying (hard) to make the right one.
However, as someone put it once, "good decision makers are not necessarily the ones that make the right decisions but the ones that make the decisions".
--- after pondering whether I should start working today or sleep or read a novel for 8 hours and then ending up doing neither or nothing niks.