Dear JMarkey and Gameboy70,
Thank you both for your replies.
I especially like JMarkey's reply, as it is closer to my current implementation of GTD:
This seems to describe exactly what I have been doing recently, and it seems to be working for me. Going over my lists, either during the weekly review or in the morning, I select a few items I would like to accomplish today and put hard dates in them on the TODO list. If, by the end of the day, I haven't completed them, I simply transfer them to a more appropriate day or remove the "date" from the TODO item, thus transfering them back to their @context lists.Originally Posted by jmarkey
The only thing that's missing is that, by using the above approach, I tend not to look at the @context lists during my day, as I have my outlook to filter and show only today's items that I have already prioritized in a sense. This can of course be solved with a "mid-day" quick review of my action lists, following the procedure outlined above (bring the items to my view by assigning today's date)..
Bellaisa has recently posted a very informative post on using a !today list, which is a similar concept.
Once again, thank you for your replies. Still working on fully implementing GTD, but at least I'm at a stage where I'm trusting my system and the fact that it captures all projects and n/a, and now have to continue using and improving it.