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.

Why I joined


I am trying to figure out if I am having problems with my return to school (after 20 years) because I took on too much, or
procrastination.  I seem like I am cramming and get frustrated that I didn't work on another course, but regularly get to quiz or exam time, and realize
that I did need every minute invested...  Is it procrastination?  Probably
part of an equation that includes other factors.

Regardless, prior to my return to school I could tell you that I am a bad starter.  Once I start a project, I often realize that I spent more time
putting it off, than it took to complete it.  However, I am not good at stopping either.  Balance is a problem.  When carefully segmenting and
planning for limited but constant progress it would work in other areas.
Until I would get back into old habits.

Yes, I know, I belong, but this is my way of reaching out for any feedback or suggestions.



Welcome Lou

Welcome Lou,

This is a good place with some good people. I'm very grateful and have been helped so much. Wishing you all the best here and with your course. There is a lot of useful information here which is worth reading and rereading.

Regards Rexroth

welcome Lou

Sounds familiar... This site can help!



Welcome. My only suggestion is keep coming back and find out what works for you.We all are on the path of discovery of what works for us.You are not alone and there is hope here. Vic

Welcome Lou

Hard to get started, and hard to stop, that sounds so familiar!  Welcome to the group, you will find support here.


How you spend your days is how you live your life - Edge