Procrastinators Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from chronic procrastination.

Success Stories

Share your successes here - large or small. Have you caught up on your taxes? Stopped showing up late for work? Even small victories can mean a lot.

Completed tunic

For the past month, I have procrastinated on completing the tunic I started. The front and back didn't match up, the pattern didn't fit once I'd cut it out and sewed it together, and I sewed the sleeves in wrong - Too much of a bother! So, I slept on the couch for 30 days stewing because everything was laying on my bed, and I didn't even want to touch it.

This is Really Working

Writing Progress

I started posting here on August 11th with an introduction and created a special project thread in relation to finishing my thesis.

Since then, today is August 26th i.e. in 15 days, I have written at least 9,000 words. I've spent 2-3 weeks before this writing barely 200words and not even touching my work because I was too anxious and overwhelmed.

Tried the magic worked


I am new to this site..I've poped into the chatbox and had a go at the microburst (got the dishes done in a swift 10 mins)..

MAde a list of things I can do in varying amounts of time (got it from the Get Things Done strategy article..organisings lists around timeframes/locations)...great idea!!

all caught up on tax returns

When I founded Procrastinators Anonymous and this Web site, I was years behind in my tax returns (5 years behind, by the time I caught up). I am now 100% current, and have been filing my quarterly and annual returns on time for the last two years. Smile


Syndicate content