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.

Friday 16 November 2007

Journey CI 2 pm

Good afternoon all. Glad to see the site's back to normal and you're all here!

-Read email
-worked with R. on s/w install all morning
-picked up boss's gift and met a friend for lunch
-loaded up party pictures to my hard drive

-email bro about Mom and Dad's Christmas present


-Fix problem with web access to new s/w

-Install dirmaint? waiting for S.

-Finish reading IBM red paper

-Call Randy

-Call Verizon

-change request for next weekend


nothing, really

Just testing the new sig

Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time; for that's the stuff life is made of. - Benjamin Franklin

pro's CI - 1:40pm (SITE IS BACK UP!!)

I had a doctor's appt this afternoon and I'm back from that. I'm going to go to work now. I've been doing some work at home, but I need to take care of some stuff in the office because I'll be away for a while. I have two errands to take care of on the way to work.

I hope people come back the site. It was down for two days and I didn't know about the problem until someone emailed me. The problem didn't appear unless you tried to log in. If you were already logged in, it seemed fine.

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.

Edge's CI - 5:10PM

I forgot to eat this morning and it was 4PM before I had anything, so I've got the beginnings of a migraine, but I got some things done and I think if I take some Panadol I'll be fine. It's still early, so I think I'll go for a walk.

X Dishes
X Laundry
X Shower
X Wrote 1,200 words
X Tidy up room
X Clean spill

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Nothing diminishes anxiety faster than action - Walter Anderson

N's Bookend

Hope things are going better Pro.
IMHO, you are showing up -- that's all we can do FOR TODAY.

My to do list for today:
6 hours dissertation work

I have developed a habit of checking emails first thing in the morning that I think I am going to have to try to nip in the bud.  Just wanted to flag that.


pro's CI - 9:30am

I'm nearly dressed - just putting on my shoes. I'm going to do a tiny bit of work from home, then go do some personal errands, then go into the office.

I'm glad to see someone else logged into the site after the two days of problems. I would have fixed it sooner, but I didn't realize that others couldn't log in until someone emailed me.

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.

pro's CI - 8am

I couldn't sleep last night because I'm worried because of the message I received on my voice mail last night. I didn't get to sleep until 3am, and I woke up at 5:30am. On the plus side, I've been getting a lot done this morning. I watered the plants, and cleaned up in my apartment. I'm not dressed yet - I should do that next.

I won't get to work on time today because I want to take care of the "worry" issue before I go to work. But I was at work very late last night (almost 9pm) so that's forgivable.

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.

Edge's CI - 2:06PM

Wasn't feeling well yesterday. Had a fever last night, but it's gone today, so I'm relieved, but I think I need to take good care of myself lest I experience a relapse.

I'm not going to post a to-do list for now, will just post the things that I did accomplish. For some reason I've a feeling that if I write what I want to do down today I'll end up not wanting to do it.

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Nothing diminishes anxiety faster than action - Walter Anderson

take it easy today, Edge!

If you had a fever last night, you're probably still recovering today. Don't push yourself too hard!

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.