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.

Hi :) - intro and saying hello

Good morning :-) 

Been here a while, was concerned about a potential employer seeing any post I made, but last night/early this morning made me realize it's not about them but what I need to be doing for me right now.  I looked up from a project I'd been procrastinating on to find it was after 1 AM. I do procrastinate less at work than at home. I have a letter of comindation from a former employer attesting to that. 

For the past few years, though, my procrastination/time debting has become more and more worse. I have worked through temporary agencies after getting laid off around 2003, and earned a master's degree in 2007.  I've struggled with this my whole life, and since the layoff it's gotten much worse. 

My family procrastinates to a great degree, that makes it worse.

Have to run or we'll be late, everyone else will soon be out in the car waiting for me! 

Stay warm and dry!





welcome theresa

Yes, I used to worry about getting "caught" on this site, but now I don't worry about it!  


There is a proper balance between not asking enough of oneself and asking or expecting too much.  - May Sarton

Thanks Jo

I am improving on not caring what other people think - old habits die hard sometimes. 

Thanks for the welcome. :-)


Gentlemen, I believe we have much to discuss.
(Robert Lansing as Control, The Equalizer, Trial by Ordeal.)