That's usually one of the first questions for new couponers - that, and where do you find them all.
I organize mine in a binder, with sports sheets I buy at Dollarama. I labelled and made different sections for cereal, snacks, dairy, shampoo etc. Always a big jealous of the u.s. when you see they have fruit, veggie etc. categories!! I also have a category called everything else.
When I get the coupons (save.ca, magazines, smart source etc.) I cut them all up. The ones I won't use go into my spares box, which I use to stock the coupon chains and giveaways. The ones I know I'll be using go into a front flap in my binder. Every once in a while I sit down and actually organize the coupons into the correct sections - same thing with clearing out expired coupons.
Having an organized system, whether you're new and using an envelope or an accordion folder, or have a huge binder, really helps to save time at home and in store. Using coupons might add a minute or two to my shop, and a few minutes at the checkout - depending on the cashier.
I love my binder, it's big enough, zips closed, has a little pocket on the inside where I transfer over the coupons I'm using that day. I started with a cheap binder and an envelope - the binder I have now has been the same for 2 years at least.
So, how do you guys organize them? Do you clip them all at once, only the ones you need?
Any tips for the beginners?