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 December 13, 2020

Need to do items

  1. Respond to email from SG DONE
  2. Input serology data from SG and raise further queries about this DONE
  3. Call D DONE
  4. Lunch and dinner DONE
  5. Sermon - listen DONE
  6. PA meetings  - DONE
  7. Pilates - DONE
  8. Walk 25 mins - DONE
  9. SL dates calculate  DONE
  10. Impact of C19 on work/study NOT DONE
  11. Email DA to coordinate visit to PBU - DONE
  12. contact JH re appraisal NOT DONE
  13. review notes already made and plan for Tues meeting DONE
  14. Respond to email from BM at SUAW before tomorrow! DONE
  15. Rosary not done

things that would feel good to do

I am going to switch up my language so that I get out of the habbit of dreading things which aren't dreadful. In face, when I take action mindfully I often feel pleasure at the simplest of tasks. 


first: put on music.

roast vegetables and chicken thighs

make bed


file paperwork

dust and vaccuum

clean the bathroom

put things away in their place

put down new rugpad

make it cozy and pleasant smelling

declutter old meds


Things to do

Things I will do today

1. Put clothes away

2. Wash dishes

3. Clear kitchen counter

4. Clear tables near computer

5. Pay bills