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.


I'm Jill.  Procrastination has plagued me my entire life.  As I get older, I feel hope slipping away.  I still have my teaching job, just barely, and my apartment, but I could lose those things within the next few months or even weeks.  I guess that just by posting here, I still feel a small bit of hope. 

I hear ya...

Hey, Jill!  I'm a teacher, as well.  I am in virtually the same place you are - hanging on to my job by a thread.  I am juggling several balls and am so far behind that I hope and pray  I won't be found out...  Hang in there.  Sometimes all we seem to have is that small bit of hope, eh?  Gmarie (Glenna)

Hope is justified

Hang on to your hope, because it's justified.  As long as you're still alive and kicking, you can change and improve.  One day at a time, one thing at a time, you can make small changes that add up.

You didn't get to this point overnight, and you won't make sweeping changes overnight either.  Just keep working on it, starting anew each day, and you can build new habits that really add up.