Which context you look at...
when everything is available and you can do almost anything?
Let's say for example you work from home so you could do any context except errand...
Contexts work great for me when I'm on the go so I can check iPad or online or laptop or remote desktop or errand and such but when I'm at home I rely mostly on other criteria like energy because it's possible to do almost any context.
I also try to keep the system as simple as possible so when I'm processing I don't want to define energy level and time required for every action. I used to do it in the past, but found it to be slightly overkill. I also used to add additionl criterea for work/personal but eventually found that it doesnt really matter whether something is work or personal related.
I find that additionally defining only high energy actions is sufficient.
So for some actions which require high energy I add an additional tag “high energy".
I want to do those actions first in the day. It's not a separate context because those actions still have their contexts like online or iPad and such.
I'm curios what other people are doing in similar situations, any cool tips, workflow that works for you?