I use many of the same tools, but .. .. ..
Feedly, Pocket, Evernote (including Clipper) used here too.
When I review my Feedly feed, if an item looks interesting, I save it to Pocket. The main reason being that I've not found anything that handles formatting articles and blog posts better than Pocket, especially for reading later on my Android phone.
When I'm on the web and see something I may want to save, if it's an article/blog post it goes to Pocket. If it's a different type of content page, I use Evernote Clipper. These latter items land in my Evernote inbox and from there I can process it to its final destination and properties in Evernote.
I typically review my unread Pocket items from my Android phone about once or twice a week (usually on airline flights). If it's something I want to save as a reference item, Pocket allows seamless "sharing" with Evernote so that takes care of it. If the Pocket item needs follow-up action, Pocket for Android similarly allows seamless sharing with my Ultimate To Do List on my phone - which then automatically syncs with ToodleDo, my task manager.
While this may all sound complicated, it's actually a pretty simple and logical use of each of the tools:
- Web surfing and Feedly: provides the "incoming"
- Pocket is the inbox for articles and blog posts
- Evernote is the inbox for other web pages.
- Evernote is the storage place for reference materials
- ToodleDo is the system for actionable items