None of that is an excuse, I know. As a writer, I need to get better at butt-in-chair, fingers-on-keyboard and getting stuff done.
Then again, as human being, I need to take time to take care of myself and my health, too. That means resting when I'm sick, having fun away from my manuscript, and entertaining other parts of my life, too.
I think that's what bothers me most about the 'write every day' advice most people give. Yes, writing even a little every day is going to probably make you a better and more prolific writer. But you also need to live life. There's a balance to be found there, I think. Don't let yourself get so caught up in every passing fancy that you never get any writing done--but at the same time, don't be so obsessed with writing that you never get out and live.
How do you find that balance?