Sure, it may be fun to divert your attention to less painful things than the mundane chores of life. It may be a great thing to do...up to a point. We all like to be distracted, but is it truly helpful?
When procrastination is your habit, clutter and disarray are right on its heels. Things, left undone, will pile up and make piles in the corners of your home. The laundry won't put itself away. Nor will the dishes do themselves.
Make the effort to not procrastinate. Sure, binge watching is a big thing and all your friends are doing it. That does not mean that you need to follow suit.
If you want to be different, you have to do differently. What you did in the past won't bring you different results for your future. Buck consumerism. Say "goodbye" to procrastination and instant gratification. Do differently than you have in the past, and you will be different in the future.
Your home can be a haven and a place of serenity. It will take time and elbow grease from you, however. Figure out what you need to do to get to where you want to go, and then do it.
Say "goodbye" to procrastination and "hello" to order, cleanliness, and peace of mind in the new year.
It's worth it.