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comment How should I track tasks based on urgency and importance, and choose due dates for non-urgent important tasks?
Sorry, my question was misleading - I'm not (necessarily) trying to use a GTD-like approach. And right, the strict due date would be the day of the wedding (or the day before). But a reasonable one would be quite a bit before that. An even more reasonable one would be relatively soon - but then I'll constantly push it back.
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comment What do I do with reasonably large tasks that are due at some point in the future?
Ok, thanks - I was thinking of something like the first approach. I guess my question then is how do you decide on those due dates and how flexible are you with them? Do you pick them pretty arbitrarily? Do you choose them at times you think you'll be free? I'm specifically thinking of the situation where I get a reminder alarm, and I'm supposed to immediately start working on it (maybe that's not reasonable and I'm being too rigid). Is it ok to postpone them in this case, as long as it's not for too long?
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