The infamous HOT Pink Binder:
I purchased binder on clearance at Target. Office Max for three different sets of plastic protectors, clear trading card(baseball card), 3x5 Picture and 4x6 Picture Protectors. I use the 3x5 and 4x6 for larger coupons and multiples. The binder has pockets on the front and back to place Grocery/Drug Store ads and my envelope for specific coupons for that day's shopping trip. I use http://www.coupons.com/alink.asp?go=14602yf7310&PLID=CJ&CRID=CJ_20090225 to print all my coupons. I also have a link on my left side bar. I have saved so much printing coupons, sometimes they will have better deals than the Sunday paper.
Picture of Binder completed.
The left side shows the Baseball card clear protectors and on the right is the 4x6 protector that is holding my internet coupons that I printed here: http://www.coupons.com/alink.asp?go=14602yf7310&PLID=CJ&CRID=CJ_20090225
I purchased dividers with tabs and wrote the name of the section on the tab.
In the front and back pockets I place Grocery/Drug Store ads along with my envelope of coupons for that store/day's shopping trip and with a list, including price of item and coupon amount. I always know the deal information when using coupons because prices can be wrong often. Aveeno was on sale for $3.99 at Target, at the registers it was $6.99. My coupons were for $2 making it $0.99, but item and clearance tag were in the wrong place. I canceled the transaction and saved my coupons for another time. Normally I would have made a fuss, but its important I build a good rapport with the sales associates and managers. Not all stores are coupon friendly.
Home(cleaning, paper products)
Having my coupons organized made a world of difference saving money and not causing me to get a headache when searching. I take my binder every single trip, just in case I find something on clearance that is not on my list.