I've reviewed and seen the samples of context lists in this forum. I've tried the typical @calls, @computer, @desk, etc... and kept coming back to the thought that I need something simpler.
I do most of my Next Actions either at home or at work. When I'm at work, I have access to the computer, phone, library (for research), etc... I rarely have a block of time where I can, say, sit and go through a list of phone calls. Usually, what happens is I get a few moments between appointments and I decide then and there what I can do next --- be it a phone call, write up patient records, or research a treatment.
If I have separate context list (paper-base), I would need to scan each context list to see what I can / like to do next.
Whereas, if I have one NA list for work, it would be easier to quickly pick the NA. Also would help to force me to limit the NAs to fit one page.
I guess, I wanted to check in before trimming my @context. Have any of you discarded the detailed contexts? I'm hesitant to do so since they seem to be a cornerstone of GTD (next to weekly reviews) but I keep coming back to the idea of having just @Work, @Home, and @Car
Thanks for any insights!