I just wondered if anyone had any advice on how to break the cycle of procrastination. I know it's a difficult subject, but I have so many things I want to do, I will plan to do them (start exercising, eating better, cleaning my house, even just enjoying the moment), and it seems everyday these important things are put off again and again. I am way beyond being sick and tired of being sick and tired. I have fibromyalgia and am in a lot of pain a lot of days, but I don't want that to keep me from living life and being the kind of person I WANT to be but am choosing not to be. I have to accept that this is MY fault. I oftentimes feel completely frozen in place and just put things off - escape by watching TV or surfing the internet. I feel as I am getting older that time is so precious... so then I get more anxious and depressed that I am failing at embracing life the way that I should be! I would appreciate any advice. Be hard it's fine - I just want to get out of the funk! Thank you!
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