I love anything that has to do with being organised. Organisational books & tools always catch my eye and encourage me to have a clutter free, organised home. Having said that - I am far from being organised and it is a topic I am always working on. One area that I have got under control is my recipes. In theory, you should be able to find any recipe you want online when you need it but I am always finding recipes in magazines, or writing down a friends never fail dish and I needed somewhere to keep all of those pages.
My daughter gave me a recipe binder from Kikki K a couple of years ago and I love it. I have filled it with clear plastic sleeves and I just pop a recipe into the sleeve, in the relevant section.
I only keep recipes in the folder that I've tried and really liked or recipes that look interesting and I am yet to try. Sometimes it's just a photo of an idea for breakfast or an idea for plating up.
The back of the book is for presentation ideas and different versions of tablescapes that I might use in the future (although most of my ideas are on my pinterest board)
The trick with one of these folders is to go through it a couple of times a year and throw out any recipe that you haven't tried and that has been sitting there for quite a while. Otherwise you will find that your folder will be overflowing within a year or two.
My recipe books are on a shelf in the pantry but this folder sits out in the family room, near the door to the pantry, where everyone in the family can grab it and flick through looking for some dinner inspiration.
How do you keep your recipes in order?