Working at home = doing your @Home actions
There're a few threads where people say that inspite of priorities issues or longiness of the lists their @Work lists at least beeing done. But their @Home lists are usually stuck. I think I know why it happens.
We usually put different projects on our lists. These projects are assosiated with work. Work - something that one is doing, making, or performing, especially as an occupation or undertaking; a duty or task. On the other hand when we get home we are supposed to have rest. Rest - relaxation from exertion or labour. What happens when we open our action list at home is our brain assumes we continue to work when we supposed to relax. Is there a way out?
A few ways I think could work:
1. Set aside a time for working your @Home action lists (working time);
2. or Set aside time for relaxing when you do not open your @Home action lists.
Add rest to you @home list
My @home list includes giving myself a manicure, playing with my baby, reading, watching a specific movie, playing a specific video game etc. As with any NA list, if I review my @home list and choose to do something else (like nap!) then I am doing so with the full knowledge of all the other things I have made a deal with myself to do.
What's got your attention
I work with what has my attention. If I come home and the couch and beer in the fridge has my attention, that is what I do. If the pile of clothes on the floor (that doesn't exist in my house) has my attention, I tend to that and then go to the beer/couch. The pile of clothes would be on my list but the beer/couch is not.
I do however put fun places and activities on my list to 1) remember places I want to go 2) remind me to take time out for fun. I usually plan fun by putting a new action item on my list during my weekly review. What great motivation to do the weekly review!