Most of us planner nerds probably have a lot of extra pages for our planners. Some of those pages need to be readily available and some just need to be nearby somewhere. But they do need to be organized so we can find what we need.
I organize my pages in two different ways based on the two types of pages I have.
The first pages are my daily pages. I keep those in my Franklin Covey Storage Binder. And the Franklin Covey Storage Binder stays on my desk where I can get to it easily and quickly. That makes it a lot easier to remove old pages and add new pages. If the storage binder isn’t convenient, it’s too easy to take the previous month’s pages out of your planner and set them down somewhere. I’ve done that one time in 20 years and I never did find that month’s pages.
The second type of pages I have are miscellaneous pages like check registers, page finder inserts, bills to be paid, menu forms, etc. I keep those in a shoe box divided by form type. When I need a particular page, it’s easy to find.
I keep the shoe box in the closet in my home office. It’s not as readily available as my storage binder but I don’t need it as often and it’s still very convenient
So that’s how I store my extra pages. How do you store yours?