Earlier today I gave you a long list of websites that are resources for coupons for organic and natural foods and products. As these types of foods become more mainstream, so will the availability of coupons for them.

If you’re going to start being a conscientious coupon clipper, you’re going to need a way to keep your coupons organized. If they aren’t organized, you might miss out on saving some good money.
I searched on YouTube for videos that demonstrated methods of organizing coupons. The most popular method seems to be using a binder filled with protective trading card sleeves so all coupons are in a logical order and easily accessible. There were many videos that demonstrated how to create such a binder — some of them rather long. I chose one of the shorter videos because I don’t think this method takes that much explanation.

Once you get a glimpse of one of these coupon organizers, you should be able to make your own binder with categories that make sense for the foods you buy and the stores where you shop.

Do you use this method for organizing your coupons or do you have one that you think is even more effective? 

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

How to organize your coupons
As coupons for organic and natural items become increasingly available, you’re going to need a way to keep track of them all.