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Final Version FAQs > Basic System > Should I have separate lists for work and home?

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The standard advice is to have a separate list for each location. So you would have a Home and an Office list, rather than a Personal and a Work list. Some personal tasks (e.g. phoning the bank) can only be done at the Office, and some work tasks may need to be done at Home.

If you have some tasks which can be done either at home or at the office then they should be on both lists.

However people’s circumstances vary enormously, and it’s impossible to give advice which covers every eventuality. It is a matter for each individual to experiment to find the solution which works best for them.

 

Last updated on April 29, 2012 at 0:34 by Mark Forster