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.
Hello All! Newbie here....
Hmmm, where to start?!?! I'm 37 and my life has totally passed me by. Somewhere in there I've been married/divorced/remarried - happily now! Am mom to 7 kids - ages 22-4yrs old. I have a small business that I 'work' (kinda) from home but it's not what I know it could be or what I could make it. In the last few months our family has uprooted and moved 1600miles, I'm not impressed.
So....I guess I'm just trying to formulate a plan of attack for my next day, week, month, year....decade...etc.
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It's never to late
One of my favorite quotes is that 'It's never to late to be who you might have been'.
At 35, I too feel like I have let my life pass me by (and I only have one kid!). Through the support on this site I feel like I'm starting to grab hold of life at least for a few hours at a time. Over time I feel like it will continue to get better as I strengthen my anti-procrastination muscles.
Keep coming back and checking in. This is a wonderfully supportive group.
Many blessings to you!
Thanks! I appreciate it!!!
Have a million dollar day!!!
Welcome to the forum! I've found the daily check ins to be the most helpful to me.
I'm on/off while chasing kids and making dinner. I plan to get my thoughts together and post up my day later tonight or 1st thing in the morning.