LifeClever ;-) says:
As soon as I dumped all my tasks into one bucket, I felt a sense of peace. There, before me, were my tasks. A mountain, perhaps, but mountains can be climbed.I go back and forth on the question of contexts and how to organize lists. Sometimes I like one big list of everything on my mind, sometimes I like separate lists that pull out just the things I'm focusing on right now. I've experimented with various contexts and formats, and I think the thing to remember is that re-calibration is a good thing. That's what the Weekly Review is for. Every different method of organizing tells you something new about your work. Just be sure that you're not spending more time organizing than you are working.