Adding contexts to your tasks can help you stay productive with the tools you have access to, but let's be honest: Sometimes your mood trumps everything when you're working through your to-do list. Lifehacker reader phool suggests adding mood to your contexts.
I recently started labelling my tasks with best-suited mood. I tend to focus on code better when I'm feeling @dreary, and I'm more likely to tackle the overdue if I'm @irked.
Sometimes you just have to tighten your belt and soldier on regardless of your mood, but if emotional context has a significant influence on how you approach your to-do list, adding mood contexts couldn't hurt. Thanks for the tip, phool!