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 my name is Brenna :) [newcomer to PA]

Hello, it is very nice to meet you all. My name is Brenna and I am new to this site, please welcome me nicely. I am currently a highschool student living in Canada and I hope to get rid of this procrastinating problem of mine. I've never joined a site like this before, so I hope I can quickly learn how PA works and accomplish my goals.

I'm not very good at completing goals, and I'm a very shy and nervous person. Chronic procrastination has taken control many aspects of my life and has brought down my confidence and potential for success. As a highschooler, I find that one of the biggest factors of my life that procrastination has affected (negatively of course) is my school work. It has also affected many other personal factors of my life, that I do not wish to go into detail at the moment.

I've heard that this site has many friendly and nice people, all whom I wish to meet. I hope that everyone accomplishes their goals and dreams. It is very nice to meet you all. ^_^

Please excuse any of my grammar/spelling mistakes D: I'm not good at introductions.


Welcome Brenna

Welcome to Procrastinators Anonymous! There are many tools in this fellowship.  We have 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, 10 Signs of Procrastination, and 10 tools.  I also use the forum to write my list either the night before or early in the morning.  I also go into the chatbox to connect with others and do my work on the chatbox.  I also go to telephone meetings during the week and online meetings in the weekends.  If you want to go to a meeting, press Meeting List for the meetings.  Most of all, keep coming back! You are not alone.