the Fight Procrastination Day and how I missed to celebrate it

So it seems I have missed the Fight Procrastination Day (September 7, 2005). After all, what would you expect from an author of website about procrastination.

Maybe I am wrong about that, but after short search, it seems to me, the Fight Procrastination Day is a creation of the Online Organizing web,  created probably with other aims in mind, yet purposelessly spread by other organizations and websites into what almost seems to be a day to officially celebrate.

One thing I know for sure, there is nothing to celebrate. Productivity day, great, let me have one. Relaxation day, absolutely. Day of joy, happiness and no work? Oh, yes, please. But procrastination day? Come on. To celebrate I have missed it, I will update the procrastination remedies section today.

To sum up the sad facts, the odd celebrations shall be happening on first wednesday in September each year. Some apparently don't want to settle for just one day, so we have National Procrastination Week as well, on March 7-13, at least according to Newsgeneration

The fight procrastination day culprits are Online Organizing as creators; Halfbakery, EdHelper and Daily Celebrations among others spreaded and upgraded this originally innocent idea into a holiday. It is also covered by some fellow bloggers: Thomasnet Industrial Newsroom, Bowietreks, Anna at Inkblots and cassie-b.

If you know more, please let us know, I am prepared to stand corrected.