You have taken the first step towards experiencing an incredible, possibly life-changing, adventure. I applaud your initiative and encourage you to remain steadfast in your follow-through. I can tell you from first-hand experience that God will bless your efforts.
To help you collect and organize your Study Guide and devotional resources, I highly recommend that you use a three-ring binder, with a plastic sleeve on the cover.
If you purchased just the packet online, many of the pages will be front to back, which means that you will be able to fit it in a one-inch (1") notebook. If you download and print the pages yourself from the website, you will certainly need more space; therefore, I recommend using a one-and-a-half-inch (1.5") notebook. The Daily Reflections will fit in a one-and-a-half-inch (1.5") notebook, when pages are two-sided. If pages are not two-sided, then you will need a two-inch (2") notebook.
Here are some basic guidelines for setting up your Study Guide notebook. You can print out these Notebook Guidelines by clicking on the PDF link at the bottom of this page. Or, if you'd like, you can order a completed notebook mailed to your house (click here).
Put the Study Guide Title Page in the plastic sleeve on the cover.
Tabs and Dividers
You should include at least five dividers in your notebook with the following categories written/typed on the inserts -- Books, Charts, Visuals, Maps, and Reviews.
To get you started, put the following pages before the first tab -- Title Page (like the cover), First Things First, One Small Problem, Why the Chronological Bible, Notebook Guidelines, Notebook Check Sheet, What to Expect, To Whom Much Is Given, Leader's Guide, Daily Reading Schedule, and Weekly Gameplan.
Pages Per Section
Use your Notebook Check Sheet (link below) to organize each section in the notebook.