I'd say: none of the above. I'd say it's a context list, that is, a list of next actions
Originally Posted by Tom.9
to be done in a particular context; in this case the context is "errands" or
"while out shopping" or "downtown".
I keep a list for each store or type of store I visit frequently. I treat these
as context lists (next-action lists). They act more like context lists than like checklists, but some
people might prefer to think of them as checklists. They're basically a list
of things to buy; the item might be written as "toothpaste" and I think of it
as being an action meaning "while you're there, buy some toothpaste".
I delete it from the list when bought, which is why I think of it as more of
an action list than a checklist.
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