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.

Internet fast

Web-surfing is a major part of my procrastination. I feel like for me it's not something that I can manage in moderation, and am wondering if maybe giving up *all* non-work-related surfing would be easier for me.

So, I figure I'll try it out. A 30-day trial seems too hard, so I'm going to try a week to start. 

The goal is to use:
*This site (as much as I want)
*Google scholar, pubmed, library website (as much as I want)
*Other websites for work-related purposes (wikipedia, tech-advice forums, etc.) but logging my use of these and avoiding personal use
*Personal email, facebook messages, etc. but only at set times (I'll give myself an hour at the beginning of the day and an hour at the end)
*Planning for non-work events (bible studies, reservations, travel plans) OK outside of working hours
*NO webcomics, comedy sites, news blogs, productivity blogs, online devotionals, self-help forums, online newspapers, youtube, sites for complaining about work or grad school, quizzes, stupid comment threads, etc.

And plenty of off-line relaxion to replace these.

I'll report back at the end of every day this week.