I'm wondering if anyone has encountered the same problem as I have when deciding between placing actions and projects in different contexts and using the someday/maybe list.
Here is a sample from my current @mac context:
1 webresearch tax rules about xxxx
2 webresearch PDF-converter for Nokia N95
3 write agenda for meeting with xxxx next week
4 brainstorm ideas for networking opportunities in my field
The list is much longer, but there's a common difference between actions that are illustrated very well in the above list; #1 and #3 are actions, I'm 100% committed to do. #4 is something I really would like to do, but it's not necessary that I do it now, or tomorrow or next week. I'm not 100% committed to do it, it's more a "would be nice to do, when I have the time"-action. #3 is purely a leisure activity for me, being the cell phone nerd I am.
But - the actions are all in the same list, and I don't really feel they should go on the someday/maybe list, as they are actions I want to focus on. But still there is this nagging feeling of different levels of commitment.
My question is: how do you GTD'ers handle these "not 100% committed to doing, but still not feeling it's for the someday/maybe list"-type of actions/projects?
It's seems I'm struggling with my internal commitments - the difference between "will do" and "would like to do". Currently, I'm skimming my next action list for important things to do. While also feeling, that if these "would-like-to-do"-items is on my NA list, then a lot of other stuff from my someday/maybe list should also go there. Or maybe these items should be on my someday/maybe list after all?
Would a @mac leisure time context work?