When I'm eating my own code dogfood I frequently stumble across needless architecture that slows me down and frustrates me to no end, but I don't have the time re-engineer it right away. The problem is that I need to write down my thoughts about the particular situation that the frustration occured in so later when I'm refactoring I can remember all the issues I need to address and distill them into programming tasks.

So I started a new wiki page on our intranet called bugmes. It's a nice centralized notepad for the users and developers in house to get their gripes out.