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How to handle recurring but low priority tasks that aren't actionable now?
In a GTD system, how do I handle a task such as "checking the oil in the car", which should happen once a week or so but is also fairly low priority? My concerns are that this task isn't actionable ...
Jul 4 '11 at 10:03
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