Did you want to read that article later? Organize it!

by Nina
(Holderness, NH)

My magazines start to pile up around my house. When clearing them out I rip out articles that I would like to refer to at a later date. I then three hole punch all of them and put them in a binder that I have labeled for Recipes, Crafts, Travel and Kids. It has cut back on those magazine piles and helped me find those recipes or instructions on a craft project in a flash. Yearly I sort through the binder and sometimes get rid of articles to make room for new ones.

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Sep 02, 2008
Great Article Sorting Tip!
by: Anonymous, Australia

At present, I am keeping the pages and catalogs I find of interest in plastic sheet protectors, manila folders in filing cabinet, boxes etc. All these methods make for more clutter, and retrieval problems. Putting them in 3-ring binders and sorted by subject will make them all a uniform size, and then the binders can stand up on a shelf, and information will be easy to find. A great tip, which I will adopt immediately.

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