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.

New guy

Hello everyone. I am Joe and I am definitely a procrastinator. I procrastinate in everything I have to do. From home life, work, school, even church; I procradtinate and I don't like it. I would love to change. It is very hard especially when you're used to it. I hope that this group will give me insight and better ways to do things. Procrastination definitely can cause stress and I do not need any unnecessary stress.

I have enjoyed reading a lot of the post. Thanks for what I have read so far. I hope to continue to receive some help.



Yes, Welcome joe

this place has helped me A LOT. There is great promise of recovery here. That's why i'm logged on today, to get myself going this morning. I have a lot of opportunity, but i can already feel myself shrinking from the task.

I am always amazed at the encouragement i get from hanging out with fellow procrastinators, all sharing the same damned problem, and all sharing our journey toward recovery together. It is a blessed fellowship! Very glad to have you join us!

Our hang-outs are the Daily Check-ins at < > (you can see today's on the right sidebar), and chat at < > which is also in a tab at the top.

Use the tools however they work for you. Check-in is the more permanent, concrete to do list - accountability place to start your day and refer back to and keep yourself on goal.

The chat is an ongoing motivational tool to help you stick to your check in. It's also a place to "talk yourself thru things." And, while working, ppl can hear chat beeps going off. we call that "beeps of solidarity" because it's comforting to know that we're all in this together, that people are in chat working thru their issues just like you, even if you're not reading the actual posts.

more info on the mechanics of checking in is at url:

the touch of the master's hand:

fall down seven times, get up eight - japanese proverb


Welcome Joe!

Glad you have found us! Smile

I think you will find, as I have, that you have a lot in common with many others here. Hope you gain some support from the forums, chat box, meetings. tools and other resources on this site.