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    31 Things To Buy If Your Life Is An Unorganized Mess

    You may think you're doing your best, but these things will help you do even better.

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    1. A multi-device charging station so all your electronics are fully juiced to 100% at the same time — which, if us chronically unorganized adults are being completely honest, almost never happens otherwise.

    the wooden charging station holding four devices

    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

    3. 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

    4. 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!

    5. 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

    6. And a bag-organizing insert for anyone whose purse is basically a bottomless abyss of jumbled items.

    7. A silicone case for your earbuds so you don't have to untangle them whenever you pull them out.

    a hand holding the silicone case with a pair of ear buds inside it

    8. A set of airtight food storage containers to create a Pinterest pantry fit for an influencer. Plus they're freezer and top rack dishwasher-safe, and BPA-free!

    a pantry organized with about twenty labeled containers

    9. 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

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

    11. 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

    12. 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.

    13. A clothes folder that's so easy to use you'll actually *look forward* to folding your clean clothes instead of just piling them on top of the "clothes chair" in your bedroom.

    A step-by-step image on how to use the perforated folder

    14. 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

    15. 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.

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

    17. 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.

    18. 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.

    19. An internet address and password logbook 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.

    20. 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

    21. And a cascading wall organizer to declutter your desk if your document hoarding has gotten a little out of hand.

    the color coded organizer mounted to a wall above a work desk

    22. 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

    23. 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

    24. A set of shelf dividers mainly to keep your clothes neatly stacked, but also to mark your territory if you share a closet with someone.

    seven rows of clothes on the top shelf of a closet separated by six dividers

    25. A pair of seat-gap fillers for chronically clumsy people who are tired dropping their phones between the crevices of their cars and getting their arms stuck down there like James Franco in 127 Hours. (Look it up).

    the seat gap filler inserted near the front passenger side seat of a car

    26. A scarf organizer for fashionable winter-lovers who want to show off their collection. If not, this also works for people who need a way to organize their belts, ties, or leggings.

    the organizer holding fifteen scarfs

    27. An aesthetically pleasing shower caddy to hold your soaps, shampoos, and whatever else you need. This is a smart buy if you share a bathroom with someone, and have consequently run out of storage space on the edge of the tub.

    the three tier shower caddy in white hanging from a shower head

    28. An over-cabinet hair-care station so you can spend your time in the morning detangling your hair instead of various dryer and hot comb cords.

    the metal organizer attached to the door of a bathroom cabinet holding various haircare appliances

    29. A hanging bag organizer that'll make all of your purses and totes super accessible, which will in turn make switching your essentials from one bag to another a way quicker process.

    a collection of purses hanging on the bag organizer attached to the back of a closet door

    30. A set of coffee pod drawers if you're still working remotely and thus looking for ways to make your home feel more like an office — I present to you, everyone's favorite part of the break room.

    the four tier drawer displaying a massive collection of coffee pods

    31. A set of packing cubes so the next time you take three weeks to unpack your luggage after returning from a trip, you'll at least be able to see through these bags and remember what's inside — ya know, in case traveling safely ever becomes a thing again.

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