36 Products That Could Make You Whole New Levels Of Organized
You're about to be a clean, mean organizing machine. Woot woot.
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1. A magnetic bobby pin tray that works just as well for paper clips. Not only will this prevent your pins and clips from scattering throughout your home, it'll also help make your space a lot safer for small children and mischievous pets.
2. A super swanky watch organizer – it'll either add a nice display to your already impressive collection, or encourage you to buy a few more timepieces just because it looks so damn cool.
3. An internet address and password log book if you're like me and have ever had your entire life come crashing down because you couldn't convince Gmail you weren't an imposter.
4. A weekly meal planning pad to make life in the kitchen more efficient. Seasoned chefs may be able to whip things up on the fly, but you know you need a little more preparation than that.
5. A silverware sorter if you've realized responsible adults don't just toss utensils into a single drawer and hope they organize themselves.
6. A Black History tote bag to get you and your belongings from point A to B while reminding the world Black history matters all year long. Not just in February. The bag features a Civil Rights-inspired button design, including the faces and words of icons like Martin Luther King Jr., Angela Davis, Malcolm X, and more.
7. A mail slot that comes with key hooks and a little chalkboard, so you can write helpful reminders for yourself to read on your way out the door, like, "WEAR YOUR DAMN MASK!"
8. A 60-minute visual timer if actually *seeing* the minutes ticking away is something that'd help you step your productivity up a notch.
9. A simple yet effective Command hook that can be used to hang pretty much anything. Hats, coats, keys, scarfs — lions, tigers, bears, oh my.
10. A hanger stacker, because sometimes we need an extra organization tool to help us organize the things that are supposed to keep us organized in the first place — it's organization inception!
11. A breakfast sandwich maker that will LITERALLY, in every sense of the phrase, cook your breakfast for you. It also features a countdown timer with an audible beep, and each part is removable and dishwasher-safe, meaning breakfast can be as seamless and organized as possible.
12. Divider sticky notes to upgrade your journal or diary from being an unorganized stream of consciousness to a carefully curated document that you can refer back to with ease.
13. A bag-organizing insert for anyone whose purse is basically a bottomless abyss of jumbled items.
14. And trolley bags that'll do something similar for those huge but functionally frustrating carts at the grocery store (I'm so tired of my foods sliding all over the place when I'm shopping).
15. A Golden Girls dishwasher magnet you can use to let everyone in the house know whether the load in the machine is clean or dirty. It'll make living with roommates (elderly or otherwise) a whole lot easier.
16. A shower curtain with quick-dry mesh pockets that'll save some space in the medicine cabinet *and* on the edge of the bathtub for folks who live with a lot of people (or maybe just one other person with way too many bathroom items).
17. A U-shaped shelf organizer that'll magically create more space in your cabinet through the power of geometry and spatial design and other things I don't understand.
18. A travel organizer to keep your cords and electronics safe in case, ya know, we're ever allowed to travel again.
19. Storage bin decals, since this isn't amateur hour — you're not a true master of organization until damn near everything in your home has a label.
20. A cabinet door organizer to store the things you reach for most frequently, like cutting boards, cooking sheets, and various kitchen supplies.
22. And a laundry sorter cart to basically turn your hamper into a filing cabinet. This is one of those things that's so brilliant I wish I thought of it myself.
23. A Book Lover's Journal for you to jot down the names of the books you've read, reread, or — if you're a TRUE bibliophile — books you've purchased on an impulse to add to your ever growing collection but have yet to read a single page or paragraph from.
25. And a personal library kit if you often let people "borrow" your books (bless your heart). The kit comes with 20 self-adhesive pockets, checkout cards, a date stamp, and a pencil.
26. Vacuum-sealed bags that'll become an essential part of your spring cleaning routine. These things are also great for people who move a lot.
27. Red heel-inspired pushpins to add some style to your vision board — because what's a successful future without some badass pumps?
28. A magnetic utensil set that'll take up minimal space on your kitchen counter *and* free up some space in the drawer you usually use for utensils. Talk about bang for your buck!
29. A colorful pack of leather cord organizers that'll actually make technology as convenient as it's meant to be.
30. A sloth daily planner and note pad to inspire you to get things done at your own (occasionally super slow) pace. Something else that's neat about this pad is it looks sort of childish, which removes some of the seriousness that often comes with daunting to-do lists.
31. A reusable notebook that comes with a cloud-compatible app. This thing is a game-changer if you're someone with far too many half-filled notebooks, or if you haven't quite figured out how to manage your digital and handwritten notes in a way that's conducive to your workflow.
32. And a six-sheet shredder so you can finally get rid of the documents that you absolutely *won't* be reusing.
33. Expandable drawer dividers to separate your garments and make getting dressed in the morning slightly more aesthetically pleasing.
34. And a interlocking drawer organizer to even whip your junk drawer into shape (we all have one, don't be ashamed).
35. Exercise cards that'll help organize your workout routine. This actually seems more efficient than doing what I do — which is check the notes app on my phone to see what exercise is next before getting distracted and scrolling Twitter.
36. A desktop stand riser that could help improve your posture with its elevation, and also comes with storage compartments for all of your work accessories so things can be out of sight and out of mind once you clock out for the weekend (shoutout to everyone still working from home).
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