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    Updated on May 21, 2020. Posted on May 20, 2020

    28 Products You Probably Need If You’re An Incredibly Disorganized Human Being

    Time to clean up that mess you've been living in.

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    1. A glasses holder that'll save you from ransacking your entire house in an effort to find your specs (again). It's a solid addition to any bedside table, and is a great conversation piece on a desk.

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    Get it on Uncommon Goods for $25.10.

    2. A pastel Caboodle to hold all your makeup, baubles, and other accessories. It has two levels so you can separate your beauty products from your jewelry pieces. This is a gift to your inner '90s kid, and frankly, they deserve it.

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    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $22.

    3. A zesty lemon-shaped pill case that's separated by day and will keep all your tablets and capsules in order. Now you might actually remember to take your vitamins for once.

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    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $18.

    4. A hot tool organizer that'll keep your hairstyling gadgets from taking up a ton of precious cupboard and counter real estate. It's made of steel, so you can throw in your curler or hair dryer while it's still cooling down and not worry about melting it.

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    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $54.

    5. A tech organizer to keep all your wires and gadgets in order. It comes has two zippered compartments and is completely transparent inside, so you can see all your stuff perfectly.

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    Get it on Simons Canada for $19.99 (originally $28).

    6. An easy-to-use productivity journal that'll help you create more effective to-do lists and declutter your schedule. If you're looking to get organized and procrastinate less, you need this in your life.

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    It has space for daily and weekly goals, and has a handy ranking system that'll make sure you tackle the most high-priority things first.

    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $34.

    7. A phone wallet that you can stick right to the back of your phone, so you always have your important cards handy (even if your actual wallet is MIA). Reviewers say it's super durable and the perfect size for two cards.

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    Get it on Anthropologie for $14 USD.

    8. A water-resistant light clip that'll make finding your keys or wallet in your bottomless bag a heck of a lot easier. It can be attached to almost anything, so you can wear it while biking or jogging at night, too (safety first, y'all).

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    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $44.

    9. The Tile Slim, which will help you keep track of your wallet, or anything else important, for that matter. It connects to your phone via Bluetooth and will help you hunt down your lost treasure in no time with the help of a free app.

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    I am a forgetful person who loses all of my stuff all the freaking time, especially my wallet. Yes, that is one of the most important things I own and I should be more aware of where I put it, but I'm 27 and apparently still haven't gotten the hang of it. That's where this little device comes in handy. I just slide the Tile Slim into one of the credit card slots in my wallet and can now track where it is with the help of the free Tile app. If I can see that it's in my home on the map, but can't find it, I just ring the device and it sets off a symphony of noises that help me hunt it down. Now, I'm not gonna lie to you, the sounds that erupt out of it are ANNOYING, but that makes me find it even faster because I (and my roommate) want it to shut up.

    Get it from Tile for $29.99.

    10. A set of terracotta bookends that double as pencil holders to free up space in your desk drawers. They're made of concrete so they can hold even your heaviest textbooks without budging.

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    Get it on Anthropologie for $24 USD.

    11. A metal beverage rack that you can store in your fridge or on your countertop. It has two levels, so you can divide your pop from your boozy beverages.

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    It can also be used for pantry staples, like cans of beans and soups!

    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $24.

    12. A shower caddy that attaches right to the wall of your shower and has enough space for all your holy grail products. Now you won't have to dance around shampoo bottles and soap bars while you go through your routine.

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    Get it on Simons for $45. Available in two colours.

    13. A terrazzo earbud holder that'll keep your headphones untangled when they're not in use. This little pouch also keeps them protected from the other stuff in your bag, so you don't have to stress about spills or your bronzer palette exploding.

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    Get it on Simons for $6.99 (originally $10).

    14. A floral recipe box because you always forget how to make your favourite dishes, and they never turn out the same. It comes with dividers, so you can organize your recipes into sections, making them even easier to hunt down.

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    It comes with 12 dividers and 24 recipe cards.

    Get it on Anthropologie for $38 USD.

    15. A book of planner stickers packed with 2,600 decals that'll take your agenda to the next level and give it that pop of colour it so desperately needs. You can use them to flag appointments, track goals, remember paydays, and more.

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    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $19.95.

    16. A nature-inspired jewelry stand that'll keep your accessories untangled and in one place. It also looks like a work of art, so it'll pretty up your bedroom, too.

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    Get it on Simons for $30.

    17. A set of expandable drawer dividers that'll make your dresser store-level tidy. You can also use them in the kitchen to organize all your cooking doodads.

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    They slide from 11 inches to 17 inches to fit most drawers front to back or side to side.

    Get a pack of two for $19.99 USD on OXO.

    18. A copy of The Home Edit, a book on how to organize every area of your apartment, because things are piling up, and you need to get it together. From pantry decluttering tips to closet reorganization advice, this covers it all. Move over, Marie Kondo, because there's a new cleaning champion in town.

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    Get it on Anthropologie for $24.99 USD.

    19. A doggy ring holder that'll keep your most petite baubles all in one place. You don't have to worry about scratches and scuffs — this weenie has a velvet separator cushion inside to keep your rings from getting damaged.

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    Get it on Simons for $15.

    20. A Canadian-made nightstand organizer with spots for rings, watches, phones, wallets, and more. Now all of your smaller knickknacks and everyday essentials will have a place to call home.

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    Get it on Simons for $70.

    21. A portable bedside caddy, so that you don't have to sleep with journals, books, and electronics piled up in your bed (me ATM). Without the clutter, you'll be able to happily snooze your way through the night without rolling onto your stuff. No nightstand table, no problem.

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    It's made of super-soft polyester and tucks right into the side of your bed frame.

    Get it on Urban Outfitters Canada for $24.

    22. An electronic label maker that’ll help you mark your meal prep containers, pantry items, craft drawers, electronics, and everything in between. It can also print off custom ribbons, if you want to jazz up a present.

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    It comes with six fonts, 309 symbols, 59 frames, 20 patterns, and nine different layout styles, and uses six AAA batteries (included) or an AC adapter (not included).

    Get it on Brother for $54.99.

    23. A translucent organizer to get all of your itty bitty bathroom products (we're talkin' Q-Tips, cotton pads, and sponges) on display. You can also use them for makeup products, if your vanity is overflowing.

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    Get it on Simons for $8.99 (originally $12).

    24. A desk notepad that'll help you stay on schedule and tick off your tasks every day. It has sections for your to-do lists, tasks you must accomplish, how much water you've drunk, and more.

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    Get it on Anthropologie for $16.

    25. A lipstick holder to keep your go-to lippies from going missing in your bags and drawers. It has space for up to twelve tubes and looks chic as hell.

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    Get it on Anthropologie for $32 USD.

    26. A ten-piece set of bestselling food storage containers that are clear, so you know exactly what's inside each one. They take up a lot less space than the boxes and bags they're packaged in and will make your cupboards look like Pinterest goals.

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    Get it on OXO for $99.99 USD. Also available in larger and smaller sets, and individually. You can check out all the purchasing options here.

    27. A utensil organizer to keep your forks, knives, spoons, and cooking gear from creating a mess in your drawers. The dividers are completely adjustable, so you can customize the organizer to fit your stuff perfectly.

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    Get it on OXO for $24.99 USD. Also available in grey.

    28. And finally, a three-tier accessory hammock that you can use to store and display your most-used sunnies, journals, and gadgets. It's made of soft material, so you don't have to worry about you specs getting scuffed.

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    Get it on Simons for $20.

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