What if some "stuff" is neither active nor archival
So I am going through my in-box and I find a couple of clippings and about things I am interested in doing if I encounter further information. I am not planning on taking an action in the next few weeks and I am not sure this merits saving for reference, what should I do with this?
Some examples: recipe using a lot of mangos that I would only use i if I found them really on sale; a flyer about a film I would go see if nothing else appears on the schedule, n article on a topic I would include in an agenda for a meeting because it is interesting but only if I think there will be extra time AND I have the leisure time to read it before one of the meetings. These are kind of "enrichment" items--I am not committed, they could get blown away by the wind but if I could incorporate them into my activities I would enjoy doing so. A novel I would grab only if I had a long wait in a doctors's office and did not want to be stressed by work tasks but I would not carve out time to read it. A store I would visit if I was in its locale for another reason.
So I get listing it on the calendar in parenthesis or on a list of errands in parenthesis but where do you put the related clippings and notes?
This is loosely to being "in the market to buy" a blue tie when shopping for a shirt, look for it and buy it but only if there is time..., if there is enough money..., if I see one I love.