While pondering the nearly-infinite flexibility of Filofax, I thought of different ways to set up my pages behind my tabbed dividers.
Normally I arrange pages behind my tabbed dividers in order of priority. When I turn my tabbed page, the first page I see is the highest priority in that section. Subsequent pages are in order of decreasing priority. This works for my lists, my reference information, my personal goals section, and most other things.
But I realized that a different way of doing things would be to put things in chronological order to be able to flip through and see a progression over time.
A combination of the two methods above would be to put pages in reverse-chronological order, with the most recent page seen first, and working back in time as you turn the pages.
Do you use one of the three methods above to organize your pages behind your tabbed dividers? Or do you use a different method altogether?