you can make yourself an organizer binder to sort and store your clippings, this is an especially nice system if you are a heavy-duty coupon user and have lots to keep organized. So thats all there is to it! Either buy index dividers that will fit your box or make them out of cardboard from old cereal boxes. And this system wasnt portable for me because my purse isnt large enough to hold an entire file folder. You can buy an accordion file or make your own (see. If youre ready to be a Coupon Queen (or King) but arent sure how to setup a system, here is a How To Guide giving ideas for sorting them efficiently, how to make your own organizer and implement an efficient system plus youll find plenty. Each Pocket In An Expanding File Can Be Used. You might remember that earlier this year, I went to the Get Organized. Sorting mat (you can make your own pens or pencils, inside your binder of choice, fill it with plastic sheets for trading cards (like hockey or baseball card collecting).
Sort Clippings In A Method That Works Best For You. Mark a C beside each item on your list that you have a coupon for. (I got mine at Target. This was overkill for. If you have a wallet sized accordion file organizer, keep the front pocket free and you can toss in the coupons that you plan to use on your next shopping trip. What works for your when it comes to organizing coupons?