Coupon Binder Categories can help you figure out how to maximize your Coupon Binder! Below I have listed the ones I used when I clipped my coupons (I organize them a different way now).
Ideally you will adjust these categories to fit your family’s normal purchases.
Here are some master coupon categories, and subcategories, to help you organize your coupons if you clip them. Using these categories to help you file your coupons can keep you from getting overwhelmed and more easily put your fingers on the coupon you need, when you need it.
I do have a few pieces of advice for your binder:
1- Get a binder that zips- that way things won’t fall out if you drop it. You can check out the selection on Amazon. 
2- Most people who clip individual coupons use baseball card dividers as the organization tool. If you can’t find them at your local Target or Walmart type store check local comic book or sports memorabilia stores. You can check out the selection on Amazon. 
I am not a fan of having a huge binder so when I had a coupon binder divided this way these were the categories I had just the main ones. However you can absolutely set up pages for the subcategories as well:
Baby Items (Baby food, Diapers, Formula, Medical, Washes / Shampoo, Wipes, Other)
Beverages (Soda, Coffee Tea, Juice, Powdered Mixes, Water)
Canned Items (Soup, Broth, Vegetables, Fruit, Beans, Tomatoes, Meat)
Health and Beauty (Toothpaste, Razors, Make Up, Shampoo, Toothbrushes, Perfume)
Household (Light bulbs, Batteries, Aluminum Foil, Office Supplies, Trash Bags, Storage Containers)
Meats (Lunch Meat, Bacon, BBQ,
Refrigerated (Yogurt, Milk, Cheese, Eggs, Cream Cheese, Cheese, Sour Cream, Biscuits, Croissants)