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.
looking to find accountability partner
I'm new to the community here. I too would benefit from an accountability partner, who can help me to; a) prioritise / triage what is most important-depsite the fear of doing it. b) that is willing to assist me in being accountable for doing it.
And in return I would do the same -as clasically I am very good at motivating and enabling others to make commitments, just not myself!!
- I am female
- I have work, study, and other interests -all of which I procrastinate on.
- I live in the UK, have skype and email. I can wake up early (one of my goals) and this is much better if I have a solid reason to do so!
Let me know if you are still looking!
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Hi Red I'm new here too,
I'm new here too, and also looking for an accountability partner.
I am female, age 60, live in the UK and also have Skype and e-mail or text.
On the positive side, I work from home as a translator and have no problems with deadlines on my work - maybe because I enjoy it unless the deadlines are too tight!
On my procrastination side, I need help with the following areas:
Decluttering piles of miscellaneous papers, magazines and books that seem to breed, I just can't face them.
Need to get the housework done regularly
An ongoing, ongoing, ongoing Family History project, to be published if I ever get it done.
Please send me a message, if you think we could work together. PS, I usually get up early to start my translation work as my brain is fresher then.