My daughter decided she was going to write a play for her and her friends. A group effort, they were going to each write a piece of it, and act it out for the parents.
Going into her room for precisely 2.5 minutes, she immediately comes back with two small balls.
"Look, Mom! I can juggle."
"I thought you were writing a play."
"I am, but I'm juggling in the play, and should probably learn how to do it."
"It would help if you wrote the story down, too."
"I will, but this became important too."
Yup, you sound like every writer who should be about the business of writing, and aren't even close to starting.
Clearly, my daughter is a professional.