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.

mamajama's accountability corner

  1. move house

substeps - clean room

pack boxes

make arrangements for movers

2.complete summer coursework and get credit for it

3. win small claims court claim, get partial deposit back (abandoned as lost cause)

4. keep job- lost job, but got a whole year of paid salary to find a new one...over now.

components:prepare for 1st week of school

siop plans

review springboard

5. do state taxes

6. get passport



Wow a year later, time for a new list, I guess.


I've had to say goodbye to the old job; my procrastination plus school politics and factors out of my control made me lose it. I did win a partial victory, forcing the district to pay me for a year so I could look for a new job. However, competition is fierce and the best I've been able to do is a series of long term substitute jobs. This had its good and bad points; I do have to grade papers, but don't have to get caught up in teacher overload of meetings, data, etc. 

 Anyway, starting from today, I'm letting go of the old job, including papes I no longer need. This is tough, as it still feels like a failure, and I don't like failing. But there it is. Reality, damn it.