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.



I'm Nicole and I just joined a couple of moments ago. Its wonderful to see that perhaps finally I can get this demon off of my back.

I'm a college student and young wife. I just was married a few months ago and my procrastination is starting to cause some turmoil in my married life. And as for school....I'm working so hard to be an A student and yet, it's all at the last minute. I'm starting to feel like I'm going to explode!

I feel that it's unfortunate that every night I feel as if I'm going to have an anxiety attack...As I try to fall asleep, I think about all the things I was "supposed" to do...yuck.

So, I really have a desire to be rid of this problem...I'm at my wits end.  I hope that perhaps I can help others along the way.


Welcome! I can empathise

Welcome! I can empathise with a lot of what you're saying and hope you find this place helps... I do!

One idea re: sleep


I have had the same 'racing thoughts' at night, when everything is quiet and your mind starts pounding with thoughts.

I put what I need to get done down on paper, because I would lie in bed afraid I would forget the next day the things I needed to do. Having things down on paper in black and white has helped.

Sweet dreams

Welcome, Nicole

Hi Nicole,

Welcome!  Here's hoping you find the support here helpful!  A lot of us find the check-in board useful as a tool for getting stuff done.  The first couple of threads here explain how to use it and how it works:  

Looking forward to hearing from you!