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.

Hi Everyone, I have a big test to take!

I have to take it in late fall and I need to use the rest of the summer to study a ton. I'm hoping to sign up for it this weekend, so I know it's looming, but I'd also like to post here to have some accountability.  Any tips for studying/getting thought-heavy tasks done when you're tired?  If it's not obvious, my favorite way to procrastinate is by sleeping!  (I work a full time job, so between working, being a normal human (gym, food, chores) and studying, I sometimes/often don't have the luxury of 8-10 hours of glorious sleep. 6-7 seems my standard operating procedure unfortunately)

No bites yet?

It seems like you aren't a full-blown procrastinator, and for that I am glad. It probably means you will take well to a lot of the techniques and tools available here and on other procrastination boards. I still recommend structured procrastination: it's the only thing besides random microbursts that gets anything done.  

- "A procrastinator's work is never done."