That means tax documents, medical info, and even your kid's treasured drawings.
Not only is this system pretty to look at, but it'll also make hunting through papers way faster — all you have to do is look for the red folders when you want to find your tax info or medical docs.
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Don't let sentimental items get mixed up on your desk. Dedicate a bin to each of your children and divide it up by school age — preschool, middle school, and even high school.
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Your coworker's baby shower? Your family's holiday gift lists? Just because you don't reference these papers every day doesn't mean they aren't important. Create files for events so you stay on top of what's currently happening in your life.
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Don't just dump papers in your filing system and then forget about them forever. Smart categories like "read," "file," and "this week" provides you with clear action steps for your papers.
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The best way to make sure you don't lose your W-2 in a pile of papers? Limit all of the excess papers in your filing cabinet, like bank statements from three years ago.
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Start by dividing the binder into sections for routines, budgets, bills, benefits, recipes, and membership information. Then put your docs in sheet protectors to keep them safe from spills.
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Yes, one binder might be enough (we totally understand), but a few smaller binders make it easier to tote key binders around with you to appointments. Blogger A Bowl Full of Lemons stores hers upright and organized on her counter with the help of a dish organizer.
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Sometimes you might not have time to sit down and sort new papers. So instead, bring the organizers to the space you use most often (such as your kitchen), so you can temporarily stash 'em away and won't lose them in the process.
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