I read the above line over at GRS, a personal finance blog that I read. The author was talking about people (read me) who want to make the perfect decision and are stymied by the options, so they do nothing. Basically, there are a lot of good decisions to be made and made now.
The same theory applies to many things - it would be perfect if I was motivated enough to take up serious training to run a half or even a full marathon or perhaps, serious weight lifting. I could sit around on the couch awaiting the right book or movie or friend or blog to get my mojo geared up to become superfit and superstrong. Those are laudable goals; however, I don't have that motivation right now, so I'm doing "good enough" instead. I've found a level of exercise that doesn't make me dread it every single day of my being and I'm doing it consistently. It doesn't feel like punishment, it feels like reward.
Take good care of yourself. Be kind to others. Act now.