I'm confused about the name of one list in my to-do lists. In this list, I want to include important things that belong to quite different categories and happen irregularly or only once. For example, I may go to the supermarket this Saturday or Sunday, depending on when the rain stops. Also, I have to buy the laboratory a new table before the end of this semester. These things are not trivial and must be done sometime. But I'm not sure when I will do them, so I want to list them together and give them a name to remind myself. Are there any words or short phrases that fit them? Thanks!
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I often hear these sorts of things referred to as "one-off tasks."
You can place them under the title "When convenient/opportune/possible", or "At earliest convenience/opportunity/possibility"
Or how about make your own acronym? ASAC (As soon as convenient). Actually I did a search and it's not entirely original: