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.


Hi everyone.  My name is Amy and I'm 20 years old.  I have been telling myself I didn't need to join this Web site, but after last night I thought it might be a good idea.  I am a planned procrastinator.  I have everything organized, but I always put things off until the last possible moment.  Last night I had homework due, but I waited until 10:30 to start it and fell asleep.  By the time I woke up it was 12:02 a.m. and my assignment was due at midnight.  I have always got my homework done on time, until the past two weeks when I have missed two assignments because I underestimated the time it would take and missed the deadline to turn them in.

I graduated from college in May and I start teaching this August.  I am taking three classes right now for my alternative teaching certificate and working full-time.  I have very few lessons made so far and I'm struggling to find time to get them done. 

I love to clean and I have a tendency to do this instead of working on my homework.  I need to work on getting my homework done earlier so I can have time to enjoy my life and work on my lessons for school.  I always feel stressed because I have my homework on mind all day.  Hopefully this site will help hold me accountable for what I say I'm going to get done. 



Welcome! I think you sound like someone I know(: I won't say "I told you so" though! The site really does help, doesn't it. I've gotten so much done these past two weeks. And I've actually been on time for appointments. It's a good feeling.

I'm proud of you. Take care and keep checking in!