January Challenge: Organizing Paper (Coupons & Receipts)

Hello, hello!

During the month of January, we're taking control of paper that floods our life. If you missed any of the areas that we've already organized this month, simply click the challenge tab at the top of my blog.

Today we're talking about organizing coupons and receipts. This one is another simple one and is all about creating more binders.

You can find those printable pages in my Etsy Shop.

I've created an editable and printable page insert, the large editable spine labels and small editable spine labels, which you can use to create any binder.

To organize COUPONS:
Inside my coupon binder, I use clear sheet protectors and place the coupons inside.
It's an easy way to keep track of coupons.
There's been too many times that I'll be at a store and I don't have the coupon with me (which is very frustrating) so, I started leaving this binder in my car and now I always have the coupons with me.

To organize Receipts:
I've created an entire printable pack to organize receipts in a 3 ring binder.  Simply purchase the printable set, print out and add to your binder.
I love this system. It's been working great for me.
I use plastic sheet protectors...
... and have divided the binder into months.
I simply slide the receipts into the sheet protector for each month.
Easy Peasy organization and I love it!!

So here's all you need to organize those coupons and receipts:

May you be a little inspired!
Until next time,  

Wanna join in on the Monthly Organization Challenge? During the month of January, we're Organizing Papers! There will be a link party at the end of the month for you to share your Paper Organizing Posts.  Join in, take photo's and blog about it.  Then come back here at the end of January to inspire us all and share your paper organizing success.

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