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.
suppenkasper - introduction
Already thirty-something years old I still have my struggles to get my things done. I do have a decent job here in Germany and I have to spend half of my working time at home at my desk. And this is where the misery begins...
I could do everything I have to do instantly.... but.... I don't.
This behaviour is affecting my private and social life as I don't spend as much time with my friends as i could. Maybe the PA community helps me getting back on the right path.
Thanks for your attention and greetings from germany - suppenkasper
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You are not alone
I identify with the "could do everything instantly... but don't." It can be so frustrating--and so difficult to explain to someone who hasn't experienced it. Welcome to the community!
Thank you as well for your
Thank you as well for your sympathy, tabularasa. It is really frustrating. The paradoxical thing is: I can't even enjoy the time while I postpone the things I should do....
But enough lament: Time to look forward and time to be glad, that this community exists...
I hope you can find something here to help you. If nothing else you are amongst friends who understand some of your troubles, although we are all different. Have a look round and try some of the tools and see what helps. I am quite new and I have already found the checkins useful as well as the chat box.
Hello Knitfisher Thank
Thank you for your warm welcome - I really appreciate it. And by the way: Happy Birthday :-)
Thank you also for your hints. For now, I'll concentrate on the daily check-ins. Mabybe I'll conquer the chat later in the future :-)
Have a nice day! - suppenkasper