Day 20 of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt: Create A Binder For Manuals
Day 20: Create A Binder For Manuals
Have you purchased an item, like say, a lawn mower – and promptly lost the owner’s manual? Well, this tip will help you keep up with your manuals.
Here’s what you will need: A large three-ring binder and a hole punch.
When you buy an item and it comes with an owner’s manual, simply punch three holes near the spine of the manual and put it into the binder. Whenever you need the manual, simply flip through your binder – and bingo – there’s your manual.
Looking for a more ‘high-tech’ version of this tip? Create a folder on your computer and label it “Manuals”. Then, go online and download PDF versions of all of your manuals – and put the PDF files into that folder.
If the item you purchased came with warranty, slip that information into the binder as well.
(Be sure to go through the binder, every so often, and get rid of manuals you no longer need. Remember, the point here is to make life less cluttered, not more so.)
Do you an interesting organizational tip? Leave a comment and let us know. If you are a blogger, write a post about keeping things in order, and contact me. I’ll be more than happy to link to your post.