No real suggestions, I suppose since I don't have your specific lists. But, I have lots of folders and sub folders with things in multiple folders as uses identify them.
For educational book marks, I have something like:
Then I have specific folders such as:
And so on.
I have everything that is easily catigorized placed in the appropriate folders and only use subfolders beyond these when necessary (like in "English" I may have "Spelling", "Reading", "Vocabulary", etc).
But, the links that I use most often (as in a couple times a week or more) I will leave a copy right in the "Education" folder (as well as the copy in the appropriate sub folder).
I don't know if that is much different than what you do or not, but it works for me.
One thing I have found that does help is to do a quick "click test" once a month or so. Run down your bookmarks and click on each link to make sure it still works. If it does not, delete it, or if it is something that you don't remember why you put it there or you have never used it, delete it (and if you are unsure if you want to actually delete it, you can make a special folder for "Old links" and just put it there).
Also, I find my bookmarks are much more organized when I rename them short, descriptive names rathar than the long, default names they are usually given.
And my last tip is this, when you save your link, add a short "tag" in the name if there is any type of account or sign on.
First I would shorten it and since I have an account there I would remane it with my "tag". I have to sign in using my "J
OO.COM" and my password of "12345".
My Link would look like this:
Amazon - JDYH-12345 (Or some abreviated version that will let you know at a glance what your ID and password is).
Now, for my "secure" sites I do not put my actual PW but something that will identify it to you. Many of mine actually have a single letter listed because for me it makes me think of my PW. So it would look something like this:
Amazon - hh-j
Or like this board. The link is
But mine would read something like:
MDC - Learning-home - k-t
It tells me the site, the specific board, the log-in, and my PW.
With so many places asking you to set up accounts now days, I found it the easiest to do this. Hope it is clear enough.(Disclaimer: the specifics I used here for ID and PW are examples not my actual ones.)