I want to catch up with boss to go through 5 unrelated lightweight topics, what is a good word/phrase to use for the meeting invitation? Does 'run a few errands with you' sound ok?

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"Errands" is unlikely to be correct, as it refers specifically to a type of task that involves going somewhere else, such as 'going to the shops'.

Instead, I would suggest "minor tasks", which will fit with almost any occupation.


Perhaps miscellaneous tasks, which refers to a mix of side or possibly unrelated tasks, would be better than “errands”.


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