Just thought I’d whip something together to show you how you can quickly and easily organize your inserts!
I am going to be posting my videos throughout the day today so stay tuned if you haven’t seen them yet! 😉
RHC Reader Cindy, just sent me an email and picture of how she does almost the same thing (pictured below)…I really like her idea for those of you that get less inserts (maybe like 5 or less newspapers). Thanks, Cindy!
Here is Cindy’s email and way she does it:
“I do basically the same method as your ziploc idea but use a 21-pocket legal file case for my weekly inserts instead of the baggies. It’s clean and all-contained–I can close it up and carry it to a friend’s house if I want to. Each pocket/file is labeled by weekend. Every few months I thumb through the oldest inserts and check expiration’s. Most coupons in the same insert expire at about the same time. If there is one or two coupons I know i need and haven’t expired, i will just clip those coupons and then throw away the rest of the insert. For those coupons I do clip, printable coupons, blinkies and peelies, I have a smaller 5″x10″ 14-file accordion case that I have organized by item and in order of my grocery store…ie, paper goods, can food, cereals, pharmacy, personal items etc… I find this method much less time-intensive than clipping and filing in a binder.”