I don't think I ever shared so far, an idea that I find works for me. I have a small binder that I keep in the basket tray on the coffee table in the family area of the kitchen. I use this binder mainly for scraps of information.
I keep these pieces of paper (sometimes the backs of old greeting cards or other recycled paper) in pockets that I create by taking large envelopes (sometimes recycled too) and cutting the size I need, for a pocket, then punching holes in it. I cut a diagonal at the top right hand of the pocket to make it easier to get at the contents.
The pockets are then labeled, for example "Shopping Lists". There might be one list for a distant town that we visit infrequently, where items unobtainable locally might be found. Another list would be for "Seniors' Day" at the local drug store.
Another pocket is for notes I make when talking on the phone with DSF. One is for reference items, those scraps of interest that one keeps for a short while. One is for my tossing record, so I know what I have already listed before.
It all helps me to have my scraps and organize them, at the same time avoiding clutter!
"Don't put it down, put it away!"