I've already dabbled with bits and pieces of GTD over the past month, and after reading the book I'm ready to do a full implementation.
Aside from the fact that I'm probably going to put my whole flat inside my inbox when I do the initial collection, I realised that one thing that is holding me back is the choice of appropriate contexts.
I have tons of ongoing stuff in various domains. I'm self-employed (internet/blog consultant), no office. A huge amount of what I do is at the computer.
So, here's where I get stuck: do I separate work/home, even though I'm at home to do both? Then if I separate work/home, I'm tempted to separate work-which-brings-money-in and work-which-doesn't-directly-bring-in-money. And then I start thinking about separating home-admin-stuff and home-flat-chores stuff.
And then, the computer: should I just have a computer context, or separate online/offline/e-mail/google/websiteA/websiteB?
I feel I'm mixing things up (contexts and areas of responsability?) I'm caught between "stick it all in one big list and feel swamped" and "multiply lists and get lost figuring out which lists to have".
Does anybody have experience to share which could help me out?
Thanks -- Steph http://climbtothestars.org