I think it's fine to organise your AOFs into groups if it serves you in some way that you are clear about.
Originally Posted by black.rhino
The GTD definition of 'organised' is that everything that means the same thing to you when you need to use it should be stored in the same place. So when do you use your AOFs? Do you review them all together or separately in two groups?
In my own case, my work life and personal life are very separate. So I have two separate AOF lists and they are never reviewed together. I have one weekly review at the office and another at home. For me this facilitates my 'work-life' balancing act.
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