Tips for Organizing & Managing Household Paperwork

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Organization

We know how busy you are at work or being a stay-at-home parent, and you may let your other responsibilities suffer due to time restrictions. We are talking about paying bills while maintaining a calendar for yourself and family members with schedules for doctor appointments, game days, and school outings; not to mention a plethora of other duties. Let us help you get a grip on your household and have quality time leftover by helping you manage and organize your paperwork.

We Love Binders

Easy to Use

We love file folders for organizing, but actually binders are the best way to keep papers organized for current projects and reference down the road.

Portable

Whether you are using the binder in the room or need to take it with you on the go, they are so easy to grab and go.

Organizing & Storage

Binders are the perfect product for easy storage. Put them on shelves, in drawers, filing cabinets for easy access and quick use.

Inexpensive

Purchase when they go on sale during BOGO sales. Binders can be reused over and over, and their identification labels on the front covers and spines can be easily upgraded to a new topic.

Binder Uses

If you sit down and start to jot down what you need help with organizing, you instantly realize that this practice is a critical key to developing a quality work-life balancing act! We use binders for recipes, home appliance/warranties/manuals, home maintenance information, various holiday planning guides, detailed medical files for each family member, pets, etc.

We know what you are thinking, “I keep everything on my phone!” Well, we know all too often how easy it is to misplace our phone, or the battery will die right when we need it. While you are busy looking for your phone, the thought of adding something to your notes or calendar has vanished. Technology is a wonderful thing, but writing things down helps us to remember an upcoming task.

How do you stay organized? Do you feel that technology is the way to go? We would love to hear your feedback below in the comment section.