My partner and I host weekly D&D nights. Actions like ‘Scoop the litter box’ and ‘Clean the bathroom’ and ‘Take out the trash’ shouldn't be put on the calendar, but these actions effect a state of ephemeral cleanliness that makes their outcomes more beneficial if completed the day of, rather than a day or two before, our game sessions. David Allen mentions that creating a "If I have time, I'd really like to..." list from Next Actions is okay as long as it can be discarded in favor of more urgent matters, but how does that differ from a checklist? And if it doesn't differ much, how do I prevent checklists from diluting the emphasis of actions on my calendar? Any insight would be much appreciated.