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Laura Smith - How To Organize All Your Recipes
How to Organize All Your Recipes
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I struggled for years to find a way to organize my recipes that really worked. It’s tough. I had so many recipes I wanted to try but no good way to keep up with them all. I had stacks torn out of magazines, written on random papers, in e-mails, in cookbooks, and I was running across new ones all the time. I have finally found a way to organize recipes that really works for me and is easy to maintain, and I want to share it with you.
I’ll show you how to use Evernote (completely free software) to quickly and easily gather your recipes. You can screen grab online recipes with just one click of a button. You can take a picture of physical recipes. You can easily organize and tag within Evernote, so you can always find what you need.
I’ll also show you how to put together a recipe binder, if you’re a fan of cooking from physical copies of your recipes (like me).
Laura ed her blog called I Heart Planners a little over 3 years with no prior experience. She wanted a place to share her love of organizing and planners plus make a little side income.
Her blog now gets hundreds of thousands of visitors and makes a steady, full time income. She loves sharing how she did it with other women who want to do the same.
Lesson 1: How to organize your recipes (1:40)
Lesson 2: Evernote: Notes & Notebooks (10:27)
Lesson 3: Evernote - Tagging & searching (6:35)
Lesson 4: Evernote - Sharing (4:03)
Lesson 5: Getting recipes into Evernote (11:38)
Lesson 6: How to print recipes (2:42)
Lesson 7: Deciding what to print (3:19)
Lesson 8: Choosing your binder system (3:12)
Lesson 9: Setting up your recipe binder (5:37)
Lesson 10: Set up for easy meal planning (6:21)
Lesson 11: Make your meal plan (4:06)
Lesson 12: Wrap up (0:45)
Printable Recipe Binder Kit
Editable Recipe Page
Recipe Card - 4 by 6
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