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.

They say the first step is admitting there is a problem.

They say the first step is admitting there is a problem.  Lets just start there. I will admit that procrastinating has gotten me in pleanty of tight situations with my family (husband) on more than one occasion.  I do fine when I am at work, however, when I get home I cant seem to do anything.  I will start a million projects its just the finishing part that I am lacking.  He however, never procrastinates on anything and finishes everything. Personally, I think his problem is bigger than mine. lol.  When we discuss what we did his list is done and It gets really annoying when he goes down mine and then askes so just what did you do today.  I am hoping that just one day I can finish one of these stupid lists.  At work I can organize an entire office.  At home I cant even organize my cabnets. It is fun to tear them all apart just not to put them back. So I move on to the next. Until I am so overwhelemed that I have no idea were to start putting things back. I have been on for an hour and he is due home in a few minutes so I guess I should at least go make the bed.

welcome, Freshstart!

I do much better at work than at home, too. My big problem (or one of them) is that after working all day I don't want to do anything else when I get home. And after working all week, I want my weekends to myself. But I have to take care of my finances and other home stuff - I'm not good about that at all (and that's an understatement).

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.

Hi Freshstart

I'm glad you're here. You sound just like the rest of us, so you're probably at the right place. Please read the wealth of info on this site soon, and start posting some check ins. Good to "see" you.