This coming holidays, sales and deals are everywhere! It’s also the time where a lot of holiday coupon can be found online and on print. There are several ways that you can organize your coupons. Check out http://www.tbdress.com/Topic/Holiday-Sales for the best holiday sales this season!
I have found that the easiest way to organize coupons is with a coupon wallet. Each tab in the coupon wallet generally has a type of food: bread, produce, dairy, etc. Simply clip and file in the appropriate pocket.
If you have more coupons than will fit in a coupon wallet, you may need to move up to a coupon box. A coupon box generally offers more storage space and is sturdier to handle a larger weight of coupons.
If you have a lot of coupons, you may need to have a coupon binder. You can cut each coupon out and store it in a divided pocket by product or you can file the whole sheets of coupons in sheet protectors.
To stay organized, I recommend that you also have scissors, pens, and paper clips to keep everything together. Make sure to go through your coupons regularly to remove any that have expired. When you are putting together your grocery list for the week, compare what is on sale to the coupons you have. Make notes on the store flyer to indicate which products you will be buying and what quantities you have coupons for. For more ideas, check out my collection.