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.
Sunday 7 June 2020
The emotional sobriety of doing, rather than the anaesthetization required from not doing.
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Monica's Sun CI
I fell off the wagon Sunday. As a matter of fact I've been procrastinating since last Wednesday. I'm thinking of changing my check-in format. Instead of listing todo items, I'm thinking of only listing my frogs (the things for which I'm currently struggling). The plan is to take my frogs, break them down to the smallest doable steps, then check those steps off as completed.
I was very pleased with the effect of my first check-in. I managed to get over the initial barrier to sorting out the accounts. Here goes for Day 2
Update: this is where I discover I've been happily entering my checklist on the wrong day - this should be Monday! I'll get it right tomorrow.
[x] clear in-tray
[x] clear inbox
[x] post magazines
 enter accounts data for 2019 Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
- completed Feb Mar
[x] go for a walk (did 5.2 miles)
[x] email Geoff re leak
[x] forward minute to AM
[x] respond to MH consultation
Please do not leave advice or feedback. Thank you. Prayers welcome.
List of things that are on my mind right now:
[x] leave voicemail for Hill apologizing - the very fact that I think I need to apologize for validation seems problematic.
* jog-walking 55 minutes
[x] full, dentail routine
* file leave requests for last week, sick day and holiday
* file hours for last week
* file historical edits for hours worked previously
* catch up with jobbing 10 jobs a day
* write resume since February
[x] book-keeping for two week period