Lex, you are on the right track. You have identified the problem, and you accept it in yourself. You have also identified two of your distractions. your challenge now is to come up with a way to get your homework done efficiently and timely. While there are a number of people that can give you some kind of answer, you want something specific. This gives the impression that you are serious about this. With that in mind, let s discuss some things you can do to change your situation. One of the first things you can do is to have a heart to heart with your parents (or guardians) about this, what you have identified as your distractions, and their thoughts on how they can help you. In the long run, it helps to have people around you that can help you stay true to a decision you make for yourself. You can suggest that they keep the tv off, set your user account to ask for a password that only your parents know, so that one of them would have to put it in for the computer to complete boot-up. If this is to much, maybe suggest a room be assigned that does not hold your distractions so that you can complete your homework. Whatever is suggested, make sure that you all agree on it. This suggestion I highly recommend. Ok. If you did my suggestion, then you have set for yourself a better environment to do your homework. Now, this next piece of advice is not easy to do, and gives all the more reason to have people around you to keep you going straight. You have identified the problem within you. Now starts the attitude adjustment. You have come to love the word "later". It is couched in the distraction, so you may not be aware of you saying this to yourself when you get home. The most effective way to combat this is to learn to focus, and keep it. You tell yourself you need to get your homework done. But don t stop there. Give yourself the reasons you need to get your homework done. Make sure these reasons are honest. This part of it is the hardest thing a person can do, You are trying to adjust an attitude, and change a behavior to one that is conducive to getting your homework done. It may be hard, but stay committed and you sill succeed. Next, set goals for yourself. I really cannot tell you WHAT goals to make; only you can determine what you wish to strive for. My advice here, should you utilize it, can be seen as your first goal: to set your mind and environment right so you can get your homework done. Just make sure that your goals are realistic and can be reached as long as you do what you are supposed to do, and you apply yourself to do it. It will be rough going at the beginning. Expect it. Keep yourself focused. Soon, it will become easier. And in a short while, the tv, the internet, and whatever other distraction you have will no longer seem to be.distractions Be committed. Stay focused, and give yourself every advantage to succeed, and you will be able to drop the "procrastinator label for good.