As a fellow Procrastinator in recovery I was inspired to share the page of another that may help in the efforts to rid ones character of such flaws.

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My name is Mark R. LePage and I am a recovering procrastinator.

There… I said it.

After 40+ years, I don’t have much hope of ever finding a cure, but recently I have found some ways to hang on to the wagon and stay focused on getting things done.

Here are 10 tips I’m using to conquer my procrastination.

1. Write out a plan. In order to get anything done, you need to create a plan. What does the end result look like and how are you going to make progress. Write it out. As a serial dreamer, I have hundreds of plans in my head, at all times. The plans that make progress are the ones written down and developed into a clear step-by-step process.

2. Schedule milestones. Progress looks much less daunting when you break things down into smaller easily attained milestones. Set them to specific dates and…

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Wind that blows

Fills our lungs with air


Oceans blue

The blood flowing inside of you


The Earth

Where we stand



Passion and knowledge



The goal of every man


A thought I share as I am so moved through creative art and self expression. Simple as influenced by the creative art and expression of the Ancient Enlightened ones of the Eastern Philosophy and way of life. I am grateful for the wisdom shared and the influence of good on mankind.

Thank you for your time and allowing me to share my thoughts. I am grateful for your taking the time to share a smile and perhaps some love. I ask that we all Please be the change positive. Share a smile and share some love making our world a better place for all we share it with.