Once again, I am hit by crises that could have been avoided by better work flow management. As I look at the whole situation, it seems to me that just keeping all the reference material for active projects together and separated from reference material would have helped prevent the crises and enabled me to take appropriate action a little faster. But, I have a lot of projects goging on. I am thinking that in the processing phase, after determining that some "stuff" pertains to a project, it would help me to have a clearer idea of what constitutes an active project, maybe n/a to be performed within 4 weeks versus a "sitting-in-the-background project" versus a SDMB (which maybe not be defined at all in regard to outcome). Any ideas?