I find my list of projects and, especially, my list of next actions, gets very long because of a couple of things: Contexts don't seem to help much for me. I work from home, mostly at my desk. I feel like 95% of the items I have to do are things I can do when I'm home at my desk. @computeer, @phone, @desk, @home are all sort of the same context. More importantly (i think): When I look at my lists, it seems like what I really want to to is separate out all the stuff I'm probably not going to do in the next week or so, and put it in another list. As an example: I should probably get a haircut in the next few weeks. But this week I'm really busy, and so I know I'm not going to get my haircut this week. I find that seeing "get a haircut" (and 50 other things I l know I'm not going to do this week) on my next actions list makes it hard to me to stay organized and focused. I feel like "Get a haircut" isn't a "someday/maybe item". It's something I'm going to do for sure Probably in the not-too-distant future. Just not right now. So I'm not sure what to do with it. But having a million items like that really clutters up my lists. Do other people have this problem? Do they have good solutions? I'm tempted to use time as a kind of context. Like a "can wait till next week" context. Have others tried that? Is there some other solution?