I love three-ring binders. They are a fantastic tool for organizing papers and maintaining easy access. I love the portability and flexibility of a binder and they have endless possibilities for helping to organize a home or office.
Let’s take a look at how you might be able to use a binder in the kitchen. I use my kitchen binder to collect and contain all of my take-out menus, most used and loved recipes and kitchen user/owner manuals.
First up – the take-out menus or as I like to call them, Mama’s sanity savers. A little folder in the binder keeps them all contained in one place. No digging in valuable drawer space or searching throughout the house.
Next, my favorite recipes. I love to find recipes off of the Food Network. A quick print and then they go into a protective sleeve. I can then take them out and post them on the fridge while I cook and pop them back in the binder when I’m done. The binder also allows me to move the recipes around so I can keep my favorites up front, or categorize them.
Last, what should you do with all of those little owners manuals that you “might” need? Answer, pop them in a sleeve and keep them in your binder.
I’ll see you on Friday with some Perfectly Savvy Finds. Any suggestions?