What do you do with used diary pages or other inserts that you want to keep? I think some people use other organisers to store used pages.
For Filofax A5, Personal and Pocket sizes Filofax sell Filofax storage binders.
However one of our readers asked me a question about storing Filofax Mini pages. Sure she could use another Mini organiser, but they are quite small to start with and therefore they don't hold that many pages.
The hole spacing on the Filofax Mini pages is the same as Filofax Pocket pages, but only 5 holes rather than 6 holes.
This means that you can slot Mini pages in to Pocket size including the Pocket Storage binders as shown in the photograph above. But did you know that Mini pages also fit Filofax A5 binders too and you can fit them in two rows as it were, without overlapping and they only overlap the upper and lower edges of the A5 page by a couple of mm so this is another possibly viable solution for the bulk storage of Filofax Mini pages.
I'm not sure if this was a deliberate design thing by Filofax or it is just a 'by chance' thing, but I think it's quite a neat solution!
My own solution to storing A5 pages was quite a simple one. Picture if you will, me walking around a French supermarket clutching a tape measure. Going from department to department looking for suitable size box. Nothing in the stationary area, nothing in household. I found one in the laundry department, and it's perfect and only cost €3 with a lid too. But it means I can store my previous years diary pages in the bottom and my unused inserts in the top, sorted!