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.

Monday 16 April 2007

Edge's CI - 9:11PM

Original to-do list was a tad unrealistic, so shortened it a bit to keep things doable.

X Wake up at 7:30AM
X Breakfast
X Prep today's lunch
X Leave for work 8:50AM
X Work till 6:30PM
X NS site
X NS forum
X Check Speaker duties
X Send Monte department plans
X Finish dad's documents
X Wash dishes
X OT check
X NT check
X In bed by 11-11:30PM

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Never mistake motion for action – Ernest Hemingway

Thomas C., 9:34 a.m.

Hi. Haven't posted in over a week, I think. I've been buried in getting our house ready for sale, or starting classes. This is the first day in which I actually have time to think about what there is to do, instead of just diving in.

To do:

- pay all bills
- read readings for article
- email sister-in-law
- call about COBRA coverage
- read for class 1, put lecture together
- plan class 2
- call reader company

CI for Lark, 10:15am

Nice picture, Edge. I definately think I'd procrastinate A LONG time about skydiving. Pro, it's drying out here, and you usually get my weather in a day or so. Good luck. Good posts today, folks. Hope to interact a bit more later. I'm still sort of accounting for mytime each hour or so,and although it's frustrating, going to be a good tool for battling procrastination.
(X)morning thing
(X)heat workshop
(X)clean workshop
(X)get things ready for trash day(tomorrow): extra bag
(X)get bag of things ready to donate.
(X)do two sections of work project A
(X)fill in gaps with work project B
go to hardware store

Rexroth 09.09 BST

Todo today

up prayer reflection meditation
deal with emails phone messages post
out exercise walk
bath and wash hair

and that's as far as I can think so far.

Regrards Rexroth

Rexroth 14.11 BST

Just got to the 'rest' bit which is difficult for me and that is why I list it. I feel I 'have' to get on with things. So after the rest:

just got email from landlord who is uncooperative and I am furious I need to wait before I respond
phone friend to wish her well on journey
one hour working on craft project
tidy up a bit
work on info for psychologist appointment on Wed
list what I need to do to finish legal/admin project.
(This is what I shall be working on with the psychlogist. He uses CBT which I know about and I will post a separate thread for anybody's experiences.)
search internet for info on exercise
prayer and reflection
bed and sleep

Regards Rexroth

Rexroth 18.55 BST

Having great difficulty in writing the notes for the psychologist even writing a list of what to do to resolve the legal/admin problem I have is so difficult. I want to do this in preferance to work on my craft project as its more important.


Rexroth 21.00 BST

I have a lot listed and there is a bit more to do. I'll call it a day soon and get to bed. I'm tired.

Regards Rexroth

Rexroth 22.27 BST

and so to bed...

Night Folks


Edge's CI - 8:25AM

I'm so disappointed in myself. I don’t like it when I slack off like this and just fall back into the slump I'm been trying really hard to get out of. It's so frustrating. It seems that all I ever do is just get take two or three steps in the right direction and them run seven steps backwards.

I'm going to start a-fresh today, but I really am annoyed at myself.

X Wake up at 7:30AM
X Breakfast
X Prep today's lunch
X Leave for work 8:50AM
- Work till 6PM
- FH
- NS site
- NS forum
- Check Speaker duties
- Send Monte department plans
- Mod CCP
- Call T and make Wednesday plans
- Buy T BD present
- Call/IM Doc
- Dishes
- Call Samar and get her full details
- Print dad's documents
- Cell credit
- Pay sis back
- Wash dishes
- OT check
- NT check
- Brush down jacket
- Prep tomorrow's lunch
- Prep tomorrow's to-do
- Prep PC for techie
- In bed by 11-11:30PM

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Never mistake motion for action – Ernest Hemingway

Off to a good start

Managed to get out of the house on time even though I wasted a bit posting my to-do. Also managed to get to work just two minutes late :) A world record, for me :-p

Am going to really put some effort into getting back on track. Here goes.

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Never mistake motion for action – Ernest Hemingway