I've been getting Family Fun Magazine for a little over a year now, after hearing about it from Catherine Newman (who is a super writer and contributor to the mag). It is often filled with fun craft ideas, games, recipes, etc., etc., etc., that I'd like to hang onto for future reference. But I don't want to store all the magazines. Plus, it is unlikely I'd look through them again, anyway.
As a solution, I bought an accordion file. Now I just dog ear the pages I want to save (usually a few minutes at a time during the day), then tear them out and file them (at night after the kids are asleep). Easy! And I use it, too. When Valerie asks, "What should I do, Mama?" we look through the file and find something.
I'll be filing pages from other magazines (such as the now defunct Cookie, which I thought of as the Vogue of parenting mags) and sources in there, as well, to try to cut down and the, ahem, clutter.