Livebinders. I love to be organized, and sometimes it's not so easy, but I love using Livebinders: Your 3-ring binder for the web! The website describes itself this way:
•Collect your resources
•Organize them neatly and easily
•Make an Impression
It's easy, and it's free! And unlike Pinterest, you can save the actual content of the site, not just a photo. Right now, I have a binder for my recipes. There are subtabs for beef, chicken, pork. You can create as many subtabs as you want. It's so much easier to use than trying to print every recipe I would like to try.
I also have a Civil Rights Livebinder in which I have organized all of my resources for a particular teaching unit. You can have as many subtabs as you need, also. It's very easy to set it up and get started. I even have a binder with song lyrics and videos I want to go back to.
One thing I really love is that I have "Livebinder It" in my toolbar, so when I am on a website I want to go back to, I click my "Livebinder It" link in my favorites bar, and it automatically grabs the website for me. I can choose which binder and even which subtab I want it under. And it's easy to reorganize your tabs and subtabs within each binder.
Give it a try! I think you'll love it! Livebinders. There is a great tutorial on how it works, or if you're confident in being tech-savvy, sign up for free and give it a whirl! Happy Wednesday!
This is NOT paid advertisement. This is 100% personal opinion, and I am not receiving compensation of any kind for this post. (Not that I would mind that, darn it!)