For example, if someone sends me a stack of D-Backs cards they might end up in 5 different boxes or 4 different binders.
I have a binder for my Topps D-Backs cards and I have a Randy Johnson binder. I also have two binders for other D-Backs I PC like Brandon Webb, Justin Upton, Miguel Montero, A.J. Pollock, Luis Gonzalez, Gerardo Parra, Steve Finley, Mark Grace, Matt Williams, Travis Lee, and Jay Bell.
I have all my Goldschmidt cards in one box sorted by brand and year and then I have two boxes, sorted alphabetically, for D-Backs "hits" and two boxes, sorted alphabetically for all other D-Backs.
I don't want anyone to stop sending me D-Backs, but it just takes a while to keep up when it comes to organizing everything. Maybe that's why I'm a bit behind in sorting and organizing.
For instance, here are a bunch of cards that I recently sorted that I got for Christmas.
NathanielGo from YouTube sent me all these, plus a bunch of D-Backs base cards.
MikeO, also from YouTube sent me a little package for Christmas and I thought I had scanned everything already, but I guess not. He sent me a Gypsy Queen Peter O'Brien auto. O'Brien is no longer on the team. He also sent me a pack of 2016 Topps Bunt. As I was going through the cards I looked closer at the Free Pack code card and realized it has Goldschmidt on it. I'm going to count it as a card for my Goldschmidt collection.
Brian from a Facebook group I'm in, kgsportscards, held a contest around Christmas and gave away something like 50 cards to 50 different people. I won this Bobby Doerr auto, which is awesome.
Brian also included this 2016 Tribute Goldschmidt card. This is also getting added to my Goldschmidt collection.