And procrastinate your life: eating / sleeping / showering.
I actually did a ton of writing in 7 years of college. I worked hard to read/write essays and such and get everything done by Saturday night, or have a schedule to get stuff done for the day. And then I'd give myself at least 1hr to write on my creative stuff, and then all of Sunday. Then Monday it was back into writing/reading a book a week/editing an essay before Friday/ect...
But I had a very crazy schedule for two quarters- 20credits (one was 22), and two had Saturday morning classes.
If you have the real desire, get it done. Just don't forget to take time to actually relax. I brought with me 3 video games, and a coloring book from a dollar store, and would work on those after I ate lunch/dinner for an hour. Then I'd get back to college work.
Largely, because my classes were 5pm-9pm (Saturday was 10am-noon) M / T / W / TH, I would always have Friday off (except for having to digitally submit an essay). I'd end up going to bed before 3:30am and waking up sometime before 3pm (usually at about noon).
But, I was only able to function on that schedule because I had no social life / no job / no workstudy. My Job Was College. I only left my dorm to go to the campus library or to go to the grocery store. I do not kid when I say I procrastinated by eating / sleeping and showering. I learned that a meal could be an hour long from deciding what to make + cooking, and then eating all of it and cleaning the dishes. I'd allow myself at least 30min, sometimes an hour, to just sit and do the writing.
And if I wasn't in the dorm, walking across campus or something, and came up with an idea for the writing, I'd email it to myself through my cellphone so I could check it when I get back to the dorm.
To add to what others have already said, the most important thing you can do is set a routine for yourself. Not just set aside 30min a day, but "after dinner I'll work for 30min". Then just build that in. Finish eating by your writing tools, and before getting up to put your dishes away to clean them, don't move and just start working. Eventually you'll be in the habit enough that you can start the mental transition from eating to working while carrying your dishes to the sink to soak.