I am currently revamping my GTD system at the moment, and I was hoping for some feedback to see if anyone could spot any potential pitfalls.
Right now, I have a single @work context, which is everything that needs to be done from my office, be it computer based, reading, filing etc. That way I can just switch to it at work, and I know THIS is what I need to do today.
I also have @computer -this is stuff that can be done at ANY computer, and typically is more recreational and unimportant (e.g. look for updates on some website, download music album). If something on there becomes important, then I move it into the @work context to make sure it gets done, otherwise it might get lost amongst other more trivial things.
I have a similar thing for home -I have an @home context which is more recreational, trivial things that can be done if I have time (e.g. sort through old photos). and I'm now introducing an @home - work context. This'll be stuff to do at home that is important and really needs to get done (it might also be stuff from work I bring home). For example "contact plumber about leak" - I don't want it to get lost amongst other matters when it NEEDS to get done.
Does this sound viable? Could there be any potential problems with separating out home into two sub-contexts - it feels a bit like prioritizing which I know isn't very GTD-like. Any thoughts?