John Perry has a very exciting book about procrastination, which I haven't read yet (here a sample). Ordering it or at least checking out the Spanish translation by Kepa Korta are both in my to-do list, but I am slowly learning that procrastinating is indeed the thing to do.
I have many reasons to trust Perry and Korta in their apology for not doing things on time; more and more as time goes by. One of the important ones is that our society is a rushed one, and what is procrastination but a way of buying time? No deed or action has been made worse by waiting. In a world obsessed with velocity and immediate gratification, procrastination is the path to virtue. Time is a wonderful master.
Another extra one is that the most valuable asset for a philosopher is, as Hemingway put it, a "built-in bullshit detector". Mine works perfectly, but always a little late. It is "lagged", as my children say. We need time for emotions and reason to get tuned to one another, so I need to procrastinate judgement in order to do it right.