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.


“When most of us think of someone who is dishonest, we usually think of other people and rarely of ourselves. But the fact is if one includes exaggerations, little white lies, and the conscious omission of relevant facts, most of us are guilty of dishonesty on a regular basis.

Why is it so easy to exaggerate, bend the truth, or lie by omission? Because doing so temporarily puts us in a better position than telling the absolute truth would. There are only three reasons to be dishonest:

• To promote ourselves
• To protect ourselves
• To manipulate the thoughts, feelings or actions of others.

Unfortunately, all these are false perceptions. We think we are going to benefit when we are dishonest, but whatever gain we experience is short lived and the consequences of being dishonest are long-term and ultimately outweigh the temporary gain dishonesty provided.

So say we all

Reminds me of a quote, but I can't remember the source:

"We are not without weapons in the war we wage against our worst enemies, our selves."

Become aware of resistance, and let go.

Hear hear

I'm printing it out
I love it
Thank you

I Do So Declare, Too!

Way to lead the way, Douglas.


supporting the rebellion

 damn straight!