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.
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Happiness is a habit.
Cultivate it !
Motivation FOLLOWS action !
From the 12 promises of Codependents Anonymous:
I am no longer controlled by my fears. I overcome my fears and act with courage, integrity, and dignity.
I release myself from worry, guilt, and regret about my past and present. I am aware enough not to repeat it.
I no longer need to rely solely on others to provide my sense of worth.
I trust the guidance I receive from my Higher Power and come to believe in my own capabilities.
Onwards into a proactive Sunday and proactive week!
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Another instance of unmanageability: After a four-day break from work I am gratefel for the time off but also feeling guilty that I didn't do more. How typical. No matter how much I do or don't do, I feel like it isn't enough. No wonder I give up before getting started.
And yet if I list what I DID do the past 4 days, I bet I'll be surprised and pleased: Started shopping online (no decision yet, because I haven't investigated and triple-checked every option yet, but hey at least I got started!), watched at least 5 movies and 2 Thanksgiving specials, helped my son teach his friends to play marbles, showered, emailed, made baby steps on Step One writing, thought of a story idea, watched football and played board games and computer games with family, cleaned, prayed, read my fun book, read to my son, went to his basketball tryout, helped hubby with paperwork, oh and cooked part of our Thanksgiving meal and ate it!
So what am I not happy about? That I didn't make a decision and buy the item I shopped for; that I stayed up way too late last night watching 3 of the movies (and then missed church and spent half of today suffering for the lost sleep); that I didn't do a better job on my Step One work; and that I didn't spend more time with my hubby.
Not too bad; must give myself some slack for enjoying my mini-vacation :)
sunday check in from tracy-la
Checking in later than usual. Still in moving/unpacking mode. Quite the job. Then had client meeting for 3 1/2 hours.
Basics: (1) checking in / showing up - done/ (2) prayer - done (3) gratitude - done; (4) affirmation - done; (5) calendar - done.
Take care everyone.
Findingaway check in
9.10 am Monday.
Thanks for the inspiring thread movingalong.
Need to get my list sorted for today.
admin and tidy plant ID
check bread (already in oven) call Telstra lesson 3 pm shopping with G 4/4.30 pm talk with G
Thank you all for being here.
Check out 8.30 pm. Really was tired today, also somewhat depressed. Did pull things together more in the afternoon. New start again tomorrow!
Show up (done) Grateful for not shutting down or giving up. Thanks for being here.
This above all: to thine own self be true,/And it must follow, as the night the day,/Thou cans't not be false to any man .(Hamlet) Shakespeare
Rexroth Check In
Up prayer reflection
Bath and hair
Wrote letter to bank
Sorted out all papers
Put dry clothes away
Talked on phone with friend who might come over later on
Did French lesson on web
Started sorting out craft work
Planned todos for week
Be available for friend if he comes over
Write letter for friend
Phone person who wants meeting
Prepare notes for doctor tomorrow
That will do for now
Rexroth Check Out
Friend cam over and I spent a long time sorting out legal and benefit problems and writing letters and I feel so much better. Wonder what is going on?
Prayer and reflection
Bed and sleep
12step meeting today in PA "meeting chatbox"
Note that a meetings list is now easy to find on this website.
Just click the "meetings list" button at top of your screen.
All are welcome to today's chatbox 12step meeting.
Further details on chat meeting here:
My Day Today
I want to thank my Higher Power for this program, this website, the telephjone and online meetings, and my life.
I want to thank movingalong for starting this trend.
Things I have done today
1. Went to the 7 a.m. telephone DA meeting 2. Went to the 9:45 a.m. telephone CLA meeting
Things I will do today
1. Prayer and meditation 2. Eat brunch
3. Make bed
4. Wash dishes
5. Post Al-Anon literature for Monday.
6. Get clothes ready to wash
7. Go to the 6:30 p.m. face to face DA meeting
8. Write my paper
9. Go to the 2:30 p.m. online PA meeting 10. Eat dinner 11. Go to the 8 p.m. telephone CLA meeting
12. Call mty DA Sponsor at 8:30
13. Go to the 9:30 p.m. telephpne CLA meeting
14. Clean bathroom
15. Take shower 16. Get dressed 17. Declutter 1,000 e-mail
Thanks for letting me share
Movingingalong's Sunday hope
Another week begins, and I shall focus on what I *can* do.
Today's goals include:
and cleaning house.
Misspelled my name, but imperfection is better than not posting
LOL re: "Movingingalong's Sunday hope"
I was just going around in the PA when I came across this topic. The goal 'finding joy' caught my attention. I have never seen anyone set such a unique goal before. I wish you all the best for all your goals.
re: "finding joy"
I approach P.A. from the point of view of ALL the aspects of my life that I've procrastinated on. Life, dreams, visions, relationships, caring, loving, laughter. I look at overcoming procrastinating on all those intangibles, as well as overcoming procrastinating on practical tasks.
I've procrastinated far too long at finding joy. So it is time to act on finding joy.