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    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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    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    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.

    the bobby pin tray holding a pile of bobby pins

    Promising review: "I love this product. My bathroom drawer looks so organized now that my bobby pins aren’t all over the place. I loved that it came with bobby pins which I had no idea would be included! It's nice to also have some new bobby pins!" ¸—Monica

    Get it from Amazon for $14.98 (available in two colors).

    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.

    two watches on the watch organizer with empty spots left for two more
    NoirDotDesign / Etsy

    It's handmade, comes in both oak and walnut finishes, and there's also a custom engraving option!

    Get it from NoirDotDesign on Etsy for $143.20+ (available in oak or walnut).

    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.,

    Promising review: "When we have so many internet addresses and passwords to remember, it gets really hard — especially when you get older and have trouble remembering what silly password you gave something. And, we are supposed to change or update passwords from time to time, so this is a great tool to help us do that. It certainly makes more sense than scribbling on a random piece of paper on your desk and then misplacing it. The trick, however, is to not misplace the book!" —Carole P

    Get it from Amazon for $7.95.

    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.

    a page from the meal planning pad completely filled in

    It'll stick to your fridge with the two flat magnets on the back!

    Promising review: "I’ve been starting to get into meal prepping and this planner really helps! I like being able to look up recipes on my phone and then write down whatever ingredients I still need on the grocery list section of this planner. The fact that it's magnetic is cool because you can hang it on the fridge. I love how the grocery list section can be ripped off so you can take it to the store, but the daily meal plans remain on the fridge so you can stay organized. This is a very simple idea, but it’s cute and helps keep me organized and motivated to plan out my meals." —Samantha M.

    Get it from Amazon for $8.95 (available in 10 colors).

    5. A silverware sorter if you've realized responsible adults don't just toss utensils into a single drawer and hope they organize themselves.

    the silver sorter in a drawer filled with various utensils

    Promising review: "I have a tiny kitchen with only three drawers, so space is at a premium. My silverware organizer took up almost all of one drawer, so this organizer is a godsend. You can fit quite a few spoons etc. in each slot. My beater attachments fit perfectly into the top two hollows. I will say I have to flip my forks over face down to be able to shut and open my drawer, but then the drawer itself is kind of shallow. You NEED this if you have a small kitchen with few drawers!" —Mialro

    Get it on Amazon for $9.99 (available in three styles and two colors).

    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.

    Tote in black
    The Trinigee / Etsy

    Promising review: "I love my tote bag!!! I am using it for work and have so much space. It is unique and I love the statement it makes about Black history. My order was received in a timely manner and my shopping experience was great! I am already looking/shopping around to see what I can order next." —Vontressa

    Get it from TheTriniGee on Etsy for $30+ (available in three colors and three sizes).

    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!"

    the two teir mail slot with the words smile and happy days written on the chalkboards

    Promising review: "I have no issue with this purchase. I even like the added key hooks. It's nice having a place to stick incoming and outgoing mail and also knowing where my car keys are😆." —Victoria

    Get it from Amazon for $25.49.

    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.

    the visual timer with about 45 minutes marked in red

    Peep what BuzzFeed writer Jen Tonti thinks of this cool clock below:

    "I have ADHD and have used various tools throughout my education to keep me organized and on-task. This is one of the best. I personally set 30-minute increments for any given task since an hour becomes too much time and I get side-tracked. It’s not that I must finish my task in 30 minutes, but rather I am kept aware of time passing in the first place and that helps me stay focused. The red film that disappears is a necessary visual representation of time that really makes this clock better than just a timer on my phone. I keep it within view and whenever I feel my mind trailing off I can quickly glance up and say, 'Oh wow that was 10 minutes of distraction, better get back into it.' "

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99+ (available in two sizes and as a magnet option).

    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.


    (No, you should not actually try to hang a lion or a tiger or a bear from this command hook.)

    Get it from Command at Target for $8.99.

    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!

    Promising review: "The struggle with hangers has been real for quite some time. I wish I would have known about this thing sooner! Seriously, laundry is enough of a pain so to not fight with hangers will be wonderful. It arrived double-boxed and nicely packaged within. Assembly was simple with a total of four screws to attach the vertical pieces to the base and the wrench included. No personal tools were needed. The hanger stand doesn't wiggle and seems sturdy. Hopefully, it stays that way because this has saved me a ton of room and hassle! I'm buying another for child-size hangers." —Kara Adams

    Get it from Amazon for $20.33 (available in six quantity selections).

    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.


    Promising review: "FAM. I need you to lissssssen. I would give this product 87 stars if I could. This thing was delivered to my doorstep in two business days and will provide a lifetime of joy for me. You'd think it would be one of those gimmicky kitchen appliances that barely even works EXCEPT you're wrong. It's amazing. It's quick. Look. Lissssen. You put the ingredients in and about two minutes later, your tummy is all like 'oh yesssss.' Basically. Just buy it. Purchase the sammich maker. You're welcome." —Amazon customer

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (also available as a double sandwich-maker).

    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.

    a sticky note divider on the side of a page from a note book with other sticky notes poking out from unseen pages

    You get 60 sticky notes in one pack.

    Promising review: "I absolutely love these dividers! I use them in my planner and textbooks as reminders on materials and for a breakdown of what bills are due each week at a glance. I will definitely purchase again." —King_savage17

    Get it from Amazon for $3.79.

    13. A bag-organizing insert for anyone whose purse is basically a bottomless abyss of jumbled items., Amazon

    Promising review: "This bag has revolutionized my life! As a professional woman who needs to stay organized, my purse was my downfall. All of my adult life, I have fumbled to find things on the bottom of my handbag no matter what the size. I have even tried carrying a flashlight to find things but I could never find the flashlight. Do I have a pen? It's got to be here somewhere. Paper? Yes, I think I have paper. Well, it's crumpled, but it's paper. Safety pins? Maybe, but it will take an hour to sort through everything else to find them. Maybe if I dump everything out on the counter, it won't take so long... NOW, I am the picture of efficiency. Wallet, pens, paper, cords, phone, keys, gum, safety pins, comb, ID badge, mouthwash, lipstick, cold capsules, and more are all tucked nicely into this travel bag which easily slips in and out of any purse I choose to carry. I purchased the small and medium-size and they fit perfectly inside my purses. The organizer holds a ton of stuff and everything is standing up in full view. Nothing is laying on the bottom of my purse. It has completely changed everything. I am DELIGHTED with this purchase!" —Janis Creason

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in sizes S-L).

    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).,

    Each bag holds up to 50 pounds and has an extra pocket.

    Promising review: "This is exactly what I've been looking for. It fits all the shopping carts and you can detach them and take only one to tow all of the bags if you are shopping for smaller quantities. I've been using these for a few days now and I love it. I used to have a bunch of different bags in my trunk and it was very messy. With Lotus Bags, I can finally get rid of all the other bags and have these sitting nice and pretty in the trunk. The cooler bag is especially awesome to keep the items cool while shopping to transporting them home. The bags look very well made and sturdy." —JJ

    Get them from Amazon for $44.99 (available in two color options).

    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.


    You just have to remember to turn it at the appropriate time.

    Promising review: "It's a great-looking magnet and it made my boyfriend smile when he saw it. It's also just super helpful to have because now the kids don't load dirty dishes when the dishwasher is full of clean dishes. I'm really happy with it!"—Nicole

    Get it from TheRedSwanGiftShop on Etsy for $7.95.

    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).

    the clear shower curtain hanging with various bathroom items in each pouch

    Promising review: "This liner may be the most useful product I've ever purchased! It allows you to organize all your various bath products in conveniently sized mesh pockets. The pockets are strong enough to hold full shampoo and conditioner bottles without tearing away from the liner. No more worries about cluttered edges causing things to fall off the sides of the bathtub. No more nasty soap scum from bars of soap resting on the edge of the tub. No more rust circles from cans of shaving cream. It's brilliant!" —G. Allen

    Get it from Amazon for $18.67.

    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.

    Promising review: "Product is perfect for what I need it to do. Fits just right, is more than sturdy enough, and has made my absolutely nightmarish spice cabinet look awesome. No more duplicate spices going bad in the back of the cabinet! It’s not at all difficult to assemble. Watch the assembly videos (they’re short) before you start opening the parts bags. Otherwise, it’s easy to get intimidated by all of the extra pieces." —Congaree

    Get it from Amazon for $27.99.

    18. A travel organizer to keep your cords and electronics safe in case, ya know, we're ever allowed to travel again.


    You could also use it for makeup or other organized traveling purposes. It's made of waterproof nylon so your tech items will be safe in the rain.

    Promising review: "It's the perfect little cable organizer. I was using a ziplock bag before and I thought I should step up my game. Although I do miss the ziplock bag because I can easily identify the cables without opening up the bag, this case also does its job and makes it a little more professional when I pull this out in public." —Gadget Fanatic

    Get it from Amazon for $8.69+ (available in seven colors).

    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.

    food inside a refrigerator organized in clear bins labeled with the decals
    FairyDustDecals / Etsy

    Each pack has labels for fruits, vegetables, eggs, butter, yogurt, sauces, condiments, and cheese. If you have specific words you want, you can also message the seller for custom decals, too!

    Promising review: "Absolutely love them. These are so stinking cute and super easy to put on. Thank you!" —Sarah Sanchez

    Get the pack of eight words from Fairy Dust Decals on Etsy for $15.99+ (available in 5 sizes and 25 colors.)

    20. A cabinet door organizer to store the things you reach for most frequently, like cutting boards, cooking sheets, and various kitchen supplies.,

    Promising review: "This organizer is so useful! I recently moved and ended up with a much smaller kitchen, so I've been doing everything I can to make sure there's a place for everything and no wasted space. Luckily, I have pretty wide cabinets, so this works out perfectly. I have one holding my cutting boards (four standard plastic boards) and another holding my foil, cling wrap, and parchment paper boxes. The organizer is super easy to assemble and it's completely versatile. Hang it over the cabinet door or attach it to the wall/cabinet door, which means it's great for renters and owners." —Kerry

    Get it from Amazon for $14.97.

    21. A folding board that's so easy to use you'll never avoid laundry day again.


    Promising review: "OK, I am not the best laundry folder in the world. Actually, I just kinda wad things up and stuff them away. HOWEVER, I want to do better. Hence, my purchase of this T-shirt folder. I have to say, I am pretty darn good at folding T-shirts lately. I marvel a bit at how tidy my shirts are now. I have not yet tried folding pants using the folder but I imagine that will work just as smoothly and quickly. I would certainly recommend this item to any and all who can find no room in their closets and drawers and suitcases for their many shirts and tops (and pants!)." —Jane P.

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in seven styles).

    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.

    wheeled laundry cart with four section

    Promising review: "So I purchased this to organize and create a laundry system. Up until this point, I used one basket for everything. Wow. What a time-saver this has been. I now do wash when any baby (2) or adult (2) are running low on their clothes. My husband is size L or XL and just one of the bags held one week's worth of clothes. This most definitely simplified my laundry." —Mackenzie

    Get it from Amazon for $59.99 (available in three colors).

    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.

    The journal has an elastic band closure, a sturdy hardcover binding, and 261 pages.

    Promising review: "I do a lot of reading and it becomes cumbersome sometimes to keep the books straight. This helps me with that. When I'm talking with someone about a book I really liked, but I can't quite bring up the title, I can consult my notes and find out what I need to know. There are separate sections in this journal. It has a two-page spread for each book you read where you can put pertinent details including the author, number of pages, publisher, where you got the book on one side, and your notes and 'review' on the other side. A table of contents can show the books listed in that section so you don't buy them again, something I have done more times than I care to mention. Another section is just to list the various books you've heard about and want to get later. You can mark them out as you get them. The journal is small enough that you can easily put it in your purse to carry with you. I really like this little book for organizing my reading life!" —Linda Keenan

    Get it from Amazon for $12.83.

    24. Or this very meta bookmark designed to do the same thing!


    This "book tracker" bookmark comes with 50 blank spines that you can use to jot down the titles of the latest books you've read.

    Promising review: "Very cute! Adding to my bookmark collection. I would also purchase an option where the details (cat, plant, teacup, etc.) could be colored in as well. Very fun, and I’m enjoying adding in my book titles!"—cfwo48

    Get it from britishbookart on Etsy for $3.58.

    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.

    the complete personal library kit

    Promising review: "Bought as a gift for my best friend who is an aspiring librarian. She's also incredibly generous people borrow her books then forget they came from her. Now she can mark her territory." —Amanda

    Get it from Amazon for $18.77.

    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.

    Here's what BuzzFeed writer Jasmin Suknanan has to say about how the bags have helped her organize:

    "Sooo, my closet is a mess. I admit it. And since I promised myself I'd do better, I decided to get these storage bags to see if they'll really give me a neat place to keep off-season clothes without taking up too much space in my room. I folded my clothes and stuffed them in the bag, careful not to fill the bag past the 'STOP' line since the instructions say you could risk re-inflating the bag if you do. I zipped up the bag and used the included vacuum pump to pump out the air, although you can also use a normal vacuum to do this. It took a few minutes, but I watched the bag deflate before my eyes. The flatter the bag becomes, the harder it should be to pump the air out. I stopped once it became really difficult to pull the handle on the pump and marveled at my work. I was pretty dang impressed, TBH. I didn't have any issues with the bag re-inflating and it's been two months so far. Yay for a cleaner closet!!!"

    Get them from Amazon for $29.99+ (available as individuals in sizes M-L or in five- or six-packs of sizes S-L).

    27. Red heel-inspired pushpins to add some style to your vision board — because what's a successful future without some badass pumps?


    Promising review: "I absolutely love these. I am a shoe lover and it set my board off at work." —Amelia Davenport

    Get them from Amazon for $7.61 (available in five styles).

    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!

    a hand removing a spatula from the magnetic utensil set

    Promising review: "We travel full time and move every three months so everything has to be compact and packable. These replaced five other kitchen utensils that did not nest in each other. They sit on the counter ready to use. They are sturdy and have been used in nonstick ceramic and cast-iron pans. Very happy with this set." —Justice Talbot

    Get a set from Amazon for $28 (available in three other color varieties).

    29. A colorful pack of leather cord organizers that'll actually make technology as convenient as it's meant to be.

    the leather cord organizers arranged in a color coordinated circle around a black organizer holding a white cord

    Promising review: "These are great. They're exactly as pictured and does exactly what I need them to do — keep my cords together and keep everything neat! I was surprised to find that the seller even threw a couple in for free! I really appreciate it because I wound up being able to use the extras. Would highly recommend this to everyone!"—Shawna

    Get it from DarrellStanding on Etsy for $3.90.

    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.

    a page from the sloth to-do pad

    The notepad has 60 pages. Also, peep what BuzzFeed editor Emma McAnaw thinks of this pad!

    "I have this myself and I love these little guys. They really do motivate me once I'm actually able to list things out! I'm easily overwhelmed but since making these new friends, I feel so much more organized and on top of things."

    Get it from Amazon for $5.95.

    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.


    The notebook has 42 pages in seven different styles including space for task lists, weekly planning, a monthly calendar, a goal template, an ideas list, a dot-grid, and lined pages. It'll also come with one Pilot Frixion pen and one microfiber cloth. All you'll need to do is download the Rocketbook app so you can use your phone to scan your notes. The app (for iOS and android) will move your notes to most cloud services including Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Box, OneNote, Slack, iCloud, email and more. ALSO, even though you'll have a Pilot Frixion pen, the notebook works with other writing tools in the Pilot Frixion line including the markers and highlighters.

    Promising review: "I bought this for my daughter in college at her request. I was skeptical because frankly, it seemed like a product designed to solve a problem that didn’t exist. Plain-paper notebooks have always worked just fine. But after seeing hers, I bought one for myself. After using it, I bought one for work, and now our entire office is converting to Rocketbooks. They’re slim, lightweight, so easy to set up and use, and in a note-heavy environment like our office, will pay for themselves within a month. No more wasted paper (and killed trees). No more constantly buying notebooks and legal pads and 15 different kinds of pens (because you need to use a particular pen with these). Best of all from my standpoint, because you need to scan so you can wipe and reuse, more of people’s notes are now finding their way to files instead of being buried on someone’s desk on a half-used legal pad. The notebook is versatile with planning pages, agenda/calendar pages, dot-matrix pages, and lines pages. It’s an easy five-to-ten minute setup (depending on how tech-savvy you are), with multiple programmable destinations, so you can easily use the same notebook for work and home. Best of all, I no longer feel guilty about jotting quick notes and the rainbow of post-it notes has disappeared from my desk. It’s a solid, easy-to-use product and one of the best purchases I’ve made all year." —Valerie Sanders

    Get it from Amazon for $35+ (available in executive and letter size).

    32. And a six-sheet shredder so you can finally get rid of the documents that you absolutely *won't* be reusing.

    the black six-sheet shredder
    Office Depot

    Here's rule of thumb to get you started as you clean out the papers in your home: Anything other than financial documents and identification forms can probably be shredded and recycled.

    Get it from Office Depot for $38.99.

    33. Expandable drawer dividers to separate your garments and make getting dressed in the morning slightly more aesthetically pleasing.

    bras and other garments separated by the diver into three rows inside a drawer

    Promising review: "I will never be a person who folds underwear. It's never going to happen. That photo that comes with this product? Not me. But a simple tool like this turned out to be what it takes just to know where things are. Left. Center. Middle. Any organizer made of cloth was out. I wanted something rigid but adjustable. If an organizer has soft sides, it's going to end up underneath the things it's supposed to be separating.

    These fit firmly where I put them and there are no corners to snag clothing or hurt your hand on when you reach into the drawer. It's a well-engineered product. I created three sections to my large top dresser drawer by adding the partitions from front to back. I am so pleased with the difference that I am ordering two more sets so I can do my other drawers also. These OXO dividers cost more than the flimsy ones, but if I wasn't able to buy these, I would just not buy organizers." —SeattleBookMama

    Get them from Amazon for $19.99.

    34. And a interlocking drawer organizer to even whip your junk drawer into shape (we all have one, don't be ashamed).

    the drawer organizer filled with pencils and other stationary supplies

    Promising review: "Love it. What a difference it made to our junk drawer!!! Before things were so hard to find and falling behind the drawer, now the same amount of stuff is in there but we can actually find what we need. Wish I did this earlier. Super configurable." —Alaina

    Get it from Amazon for $10.71.

    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.

    three instructional bodyweight exercise cards next to the box the deck comes in

    You get 50 cards that include 10 stretches, seven workouts, and a goals and guide card.

    Promising review: "Like many of us, I know I should warm up and stretch before and exercise and cool down and stretch after exercise. Also like many of us, I don't tend to have a good exercise routine or even the best knowledge of what or how to do it, or even the creativity to be able to mix things up. These cards have helped with that. Each card features a picture of an exercise, a description of how to properly perform it, recommended number of reps, and a rating for level of difficulty." —Lance

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (also available in Spanish).

    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).

    the stand rise with two storage drawers propping up a desktop and an iphone

    Promising review: "After nine years of making do with very sad-looking black plastic desk accessories that had been lying around the office, I decided to upgrade to some nicer organizational items. This monitor stand, in particular, was a huge hit with me and then everyone else wanted one. It's well-constructed and thoughtfully designed. I like how I can slide my keyboard out of the way and put my coffee up on the stand to clear my work area when needed. The price was reasonable, particularly considering black plastic ones that aren't half as nice or useful go for about 25 bucks." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

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