By Erin Huffstetler | 01/10/2014 | 6 Comments
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Next stop on the organization tour? Family records. After redoing my filing system over the holidays (do I know how to party or what?), I decided they deserved their own binder.
And that, of course, led to another pretty binder cover. Here’s the link, if you’d like to print a copy for yourself.
Once I had the outside of my binder taken care of, I shifted my attention to the inside. After sifting through all of my papers to see what I had (I’ll spare you the picture of that), I settled on these categories for my family records:
- Health Insurance
- Driving Records
Since I knew I’d be adding things to my binder regularly, I used a pack of pocket dividers to create the sections. If you’re interested in the specifics, these are Avery BigTab Pocket Dividers. I like the tall pockets on these because they do a good job of holding everything in.
And since I bought an eight-pack, I have two extra folders for expansion. Gotta love that!
Following along on my organization journey? Stick with me, and you’ll have a complete binder system by the time we’re done. Here are the first two binders, in case you missed them:
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