I used to keep to separate systems: one profile on the Palm Desktop that synched to the Treo, and another office-only profile that stayed on the desktop. If I needed to add something to the office profile when I wasn't at work, I would put in on Treo's calendar or its @Office category.Originally Posted by justanengineer
Now I keep a single profile, only using context entries for actions that aren't exclusive to work or personal activity. Calls that can be made from any phone go on my @Calls list. Calls that require being in the office go on @Office or, if necessary, my calendar, not on @Calls.
The crux of the issue is: Do you really want to do the review in two places? If you're like me, summoning the willpower to do the Weekly Review even once each week is hard enough. Two reviews would, and did, double my chances of procrastinating on the process. Doing a single review at the office was more logical than doing it at home, since most of us need to keep track of more commitments at work than at home. Furthermore, when I tried to review at home, not having access to my work files forced me to dredge up too much from memory.
One approach to maintaining a system at work with personal content is to simply collect and process the personal items into your systems without doing them (except possibly the 2-minute items -- use your discretion).
Should you bill for the Weekly Review? Let's just say it didn't go over too well the last time I put that line item on the invoice.