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54 Products Under $15 You'll Probably Wish You'd Owned All Along

A powerful dishwashing spray, bangle shaped like your autograph, Magic Eraser cleaning wipes (yes, wipes), and other things that'll have wanting to turn back time.

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 four-pack of soap sheet travel boxes plus 200 sheets of soap to throw in your bag or pocket. Where were these the dozens of times I've washed my hands with just water in a dive bar bathroom?!

several sheets of soap fanned out beside of the travel container

Promising review: "Cute little containers that fit in your pocket. One piece lathers nicely. Great to have if traveling or just out and find yourself in a bathroom with no soap. Also great for campers. I do wish they were made in America though." —Nicki

Get them from Amazon for $8.99.

2. A ~streamlined~ door draft stopper to keep seasonal gusts from coming in under the door. It'll just look like a natural part of your door so other decor design choices (like that cute welcome mat) can shine!,

Promising review: "So easy to set up! All you do is peel tape and adhere to a CLEAN and DRY door. Also looks great, I don't even notice it. I had a huge gap under my door. I could smell and hear everything from the hallway. Smells, drafts, and sound all are less of an issue now." —Brit B.

Get it from Amazon for $8.99+ (available in four colors).

3. A collagen-infused protein treatment for a total refresh of your locks you just apply in the shower like a hair mask. I've been using this off and on for a couple of years to noticeable results I can see and feel. Your hair stylist will be so proud!

person with frizzy damaged hair before and refreshed looking hair now
Bek O'Connell / BuzzFeed

One of my BuzzFeed coworker's wrote about how this totally changed her hair for the better (#1 in this list).

Promising review: "I bought Olaplex from Sephora and put it in my hair after bleaching it. No difference, didn't even feel smooth going onto my hair, but this one smells amazing and already felt smooth and untangled my freshly bleached roots (which would normally be impossible to run my fingers through) and honeslty my hair has never felt this smooth and soft after bleaching it and i"ve been a bleach blonde all over for 6+ years. If you care about your hair at all BUY THIS. Its a small bottle similar to Olaplex's amount but way cuter packaging and it works. So in my opinion worth it." —Queen Irene

Get it from Amazon for $9.62.

4. Poop: The Game that'll make players laugh until they cry. All of a sudden family game night will feel fresh (but maybe not smell fresh) again!

the rules for the game

Promising review: "Our family love this game, especially the funny noises you make. Easy to play with a variety of ages and easy to transport." —Louise

Get it from Amazon for $10.

5. A Selenite skyscraper for any crystal or interior design enthusiast. It's going to look like you spent close to $50 on it!!! And I say that because I've seen them in boutiques priced that.

hand holding the crystal, showing it's just the size of a hand

I have one of these from this Amazon listing and LOVE how it catches the light on my dresser.

Get it from Amazon for $7.75.

6. Fridge bin liners that'll absorb extra moisture in an effort to keep your produce fresher for longer. PLUS, they'll catch the brunt of messy spills and will be so much easier to clean than taking a drawer out of the fridge and awkwardly scrubbing it down in your sink. I've done that before and it's not great!

crisper bin in a fridge with the liner in it

Promising review: "Keeps my refrigerator looking clean and fresh. Especially like the gray pattern which goes nicely with a stainless steel refrigerator. When something spills, It's much easier to wash these pads than scrub your refrigerator. The pads don't last forever but they can be washed three or four times before I recycle them into cleaning rags." —CardFan133

Get a three-pack from Amazon for $7.99.

7. A mini reading journal full of fun prompts as a step up from the note you've been keeping on your phone.

the book cover

Surely I'm not the only one who keeps a note on their phone like this?!

Promising review: "Love this journal. Very cute convenient size (especially if you are someone who writes small, or doesn't have too too much to say) I really love the star system for coloring in with a pen. There are also prompts throughout the journal like 'favorite author,' 'books I want to read' 'quotes to remember,' etc. The back asks you to fill out the saddest book, funniest book, literary character you'd date, and a few others." —River

Get it from Amazon for $9.

8. Cute lil' teabag holders that'll stick around as helpers.

tea mug with the snail shape holders on the edge to tie your tea bag string around

Get a 10-pack from Amazon for $4.99.

9. Spock socks with the iconique ears – they might just make you wonder what your life could've been like, had you happened upon there a decade ago.

socks with Spock's face on it with ears that stick out from the sock fabric

Get them from Amazon for $7.85.

10. A guac bowl for someone who basically lives off the stuff. And whomst among us could blame them?

avocado shape bowl with guacamole in it

Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

11. Silicone mask brushes to gently apply your face mask (and then you can easily rinse off to clean while that face mask does its work). No more washing a clay mask out from under your fingernails.

two of the brushes

Get two from Amazon for $3.98.

12. Hydrocolloid acne-absorbing dots that'll help suck out the white gunk on bumps that have a white head in an effort to speed up the healing process without picking!,

Promising review: "Man do these things work. I don't wear makeup, so it's perfect for just covering it up to go out because it's almost exactly my skin color. More than that, wearing it at night it takes away most of the bump by the time I wake up. I will say that these are more for that specific annoying acne that like it's huge and that you kind of have to bust, but that only makes it bigger. But it's amazing, it might take a couple days but it definitely helps acne get back to normal looking faster. Update: Here are the gory details. The back acne is real." —Rebecca Gabriela Terrones

Get 36 dots from Amazon for $12.50 (available in three styles).

13. An FP Movement puffer scrunchie can help you make a winter white statement while you work up a sweat (or don't).

model with long braids wearing scrunchie up around a high ponytail
Free People

Get it from Free People for $8 (or 3 for $12).

14. A mountable cat-grooming brush to help your kitty get some rubs when your hands are all tied up with other tasks.

reviewer pic of cat scratching himself on a wall mounted brush

Promising review: "I got this for my three-legged cat because he can't scratch his left side. He'll be trying to scratch and all you see is his little nub going crazy. I found these and he immediately LOVED it! The expression on his face when he first tried it was priceless. The only downside is that it's possible it'll fall off because it was hard for me to get all pieces of tape to stick on a corner at the same time, but I can always buy more double-sided tape so not a big deal to me. The product is for Floyd, not me, and he's happy so 5 stars." —Pippa Runs

Get it from Amazon for $4.99.

15. And an ugly lil' fur-removing tool that'll finally unearth all your precious fur baby's locks from the carpet, car seats, basically any upholstered surface ever....

reviewer pic of the tool, all the pet fur gotten up with it.
Niki / Chewy

Promising review: "Honestly I was skeptical of buying this until I read the reviews. We have four cats, two dogs, and a molting Holland lop bunny. Well on our clothed black chairs the fur remover works amazing! But I have no pictures to prove it. BUT TONIGHT! This thing cleaned my clothes and my bunny’s sleep mat. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. All I have to say. Is this thing works!!" —Niki

Get it from Chewy for $10.95.

16. A stainless-steel tongue scraper to help you kick sour wafts to the curb FAR better than your toothbrush.

Promising review: "Unfortunately I, like many, suffer from bad breath and have tried so many things to stop it. I read that sometimes it's the germs on your tongue that can cause it, so I went crazy trying to brush my tongue. Of course, we all know how that ends — gagging, watery eyes, and it still looks like that gross film is on your tongue. I finally decided that maybe it was time to get a tongue cleaner and it had to be a stainless-steel one because they are easier to clean and sterilize. This product is really easy to use and I can get very far back on my tongue without activating my gag reflex. Also, it doesn't have the feeling like brushing with a toothbrush does. This cleaner just glides across my tongue, taking all the icky germs and bad breath with it. I love my nice new fresh breath and bolster of confidence!" —jordanlauren

Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

17. A teeth-whitening pen that'll put only a teensy dent in your budget (vs. a whitening trip to the dentist), *plus* they're way easier to use than white strips and taste minty. I've used these and they're super easy but effective!

Reviewer before and after showing the pen noticeably whitened their yellow teeth

You can use each pen ~20 times and should expect your teeth to lighten four to eight shades.

Promising review: "I have only used the two original pens that I purchased and can already see an improvement. I am older than 60 and drink coffee daily and red wine weekly." —vicki houska

Get a two-pack from Amazon for $19.99.

18. A beet and fresno hot sauce can doctor up most anything you have. Cheers to this when you're feeling uncreative.

Elizabeth Lilly / BuzzFeed

Hot N Saucy is a woman-owned and NYC-based small biz that has some super flavorful sauce options.

I've had this sauce over eggs, with grilled chicken and plant-based breaded "chicken" pieces seen here. It hasn't disappointed for anything! I'm somewhat obsessed with hot sauce and have five in my fridge at any given time but find myself reaching for this one often. The beet gives it a sweet twist and the fresno still gives it a bit of a kick that's not *too* hot. (Sometimes I like stuff that's too hot, but people who are OK with medium spicy would be happy with this.)

Get it from Hot N Saucy for $10.

19. A slim cutlery organizer here to prove that, yes! You do have room for all your cutlery in your tiny kitchen drawer!

open kitchen drawer with narrow stacking cutlery organizer allowing lots of other drawer space

Promising review: "Yes, this little utensil tray is really that good! I went from using 12 inches of horizontal space in a lovely but huge wooden utensil tray to about using about four inches (whatever the width of this godsend is). It stores my butter knives, steak knives, spoons, forks, and a slew of little teaspoons. I'd guess that the max capacity for each slot is about 10 pieces. For example, I fit four butter knives and four steak knives into the first/knife slot easily, with good wiggle room. This is such a great design. Using this tray opened up about half of my 18-inch wide drawer, which allowed me to decompress the other drawers in my kitchen a bit. I highly recommend this item. It's worth every penny." —Kathleen Cooke

Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

20. A waterproof car-seat organizer to hold most things your kid could possibly want on a road trip (except fast food). And it'll protect your seats from their tiny but destructive kicks because no matter HOW MANY times you tell them to stop kicking, they'll eventually start again.

kid in backseat of car with a bunch of stuff available in the backseat organizer

Promising review: "My 5-year-old was constantly junking up the backseat of my car with her toys and activities. This was a total game-changer. It fits plenty of toys and activities, and keeps them right within her reach. I try to give her things to do for long car rides without having to immediately resort to putting a tablet in front of her. A $10 stock-up at Dollar Tree fills this right up and keeps her entertained for hours without making a complete mess of my car." —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

21. A scalp massager I own and love for its super relaxing effects. But reviewers also call out that its prowess for breaking down buildup can ease scalp itchiness and irritation!

Promising review: "I have suffered from dry scalp and dandruff for years. I recently shaved my head and realized just how bad my scalp really was. Red irritated spots everywhere that became very easy to see with my short hair. After using this product along with a coconut oil moisturizer for three days, my scalp is already healing. The product is easy to hold, easy to clean, and feels great on an itchy scalp. I also don’t have dandruff flakes at all anymore. Trust me, you won’t regret purchasing this product!" —Britt

Get it from Amazon for $5.93+ (available in three colors).

22. Wood polish and conditioner that'll revive all sorts of heirloom and sidewalk finds so you can bring your great-grandmother's rocking chair back to fighting condition for the nursery. You're going to start scouting out projects to tackle with this potion!


Enhances the natural beauty and depth of grain on finished *and* unfinished wood. For use on antiques, dining tables, kitchen cabinets, wood doors and trim, etc.

Promising review: "I'm not able to sand and stain my floors until spring but they are so dry and worn. I bought this hoping to keep them moisturized until we can refinish and I am amazed with this product." —nicole feather

Get it from Amazon for $8.98.

23. A stack of spiral hair ties I swear by for getting hair up and off my neck for both short and long stretches of time without putting a dent in my hair. Plus they're super gentle, unlike the elastic kind! I also find them far easier to hang onto, thus having to replace them way less frequently.

reviewer pic of  the hair tie holding a ponytail up

Promising review: "It sounds like hyperbole to say that these hair ties changed my life, but it's true. I sleep with my hair in a messy top knot using these elastics every night. In the morning, I just take my hair down, run a brush through it, and that's it. My hair is done, and more voluminous than ever before. I do have pretty low-maintenance hair in general (long, naturally straight) but I never thought it could be THIS EASY. One note: I still use normal elastics when I work out because these don't always hold tight enough when I'm running." —Rachel P.

Get it from Amazon for $4.99+ (available in six colors).

24. A foaming body wash in some lovely scents that can double for shaving. The Tropical Bergamot is divine.

model with sudsy arms pouring body wash into palm of hand
Athena Club

I'm all for not finishing off a toiletry if you're not into it, but I used this body wash down to the last drop. I also used it for shaving and it worked super well! (Not all body washes work well for that.) 

Get it from Athena Club for $15 (available in three scents). 

25. Foaming garbage disposer tablets to bring up all the gunk so you don't have to. It's gonna get GROSS but you can get through it to the much cleaner side. Where was this last Thanksgiving?!

double sink with foaming cleaner coming up from the drain

Freshens and leaves disposer, sink, and kitchen smelling clean. Made with natural ingredients, and safe for drain, disposer, and septic. Use weekly to maintain a smooth running disposer, prevent build-up and odors, and extend the life of the disposer.

Promising review: "It actually worked! So my kitchen started smelling a bit and I figured it was my garbage disposal, so I bought this and it was so easy to use. You just drop a packet inside the disposal, turn on your sink with a little bit of hot water and turn on your disposal, and after a couple of minutes it should be clean. I figured it was my disposal because my kitchen doesn't have that funky smell anymore." —Max Power

Get a four-use pack from Amazon for $3.98.

26. A set of reusable coffee pods you can fill with your favorite ground brew and then toss in your K-Cup machine like normal. This'll put a halt to tons of plastic pod waste, both for the environment and your fam's monthly budget.

Promising review: "These reusable filter cups work PERFECTLY with our Keurig Elite B-40 model. Usually we use K-Cups, but we received a bag of ground coffee as a gift. We attempted to use our old reusable filter cup that we'd had for an old model Keurig, and it just created a mess and left tons of grounds in the cup. Amazon delivered these K & J cups in a day and they solved the problem. The bottom and sides are mesh, which was not true on my old reusable filter cup, and the little lid snaps shut snugly. They come four to a pack, but I don't see using the others until the one I'm using wears out. Very easy to clean also. So happy to find these!!!" —Jamie von Holstein

Get a four-pack from Amazon for $8.95.

27. Glass phone screen protectors that even YOU can DIY (I did!) and will protect your precious device every single day.,

Each of the protectors that come in a pack have lasted me about six months! Check out my full review of amFilm Glass Screen Protectors (#2).

Promising review: "I never post reviews, but this is a unique circumstance. I bought these screen protectors because they were cheap and came in a pack — probably not the best approach when trying to protect an $800 device. But, at the end of the day, these did exactly what they were supposed to do when a 15-pound dumbbell slipped out of my wife's hand and fell directly onto the screen. After telling my wife there was no way her screen didn't crack, I pulled back the cover to reveal a crack-free, fully intact screen. And that's why you buy screen protectors in packs!" —Geoffrey Forman

Get a two-pack from Amazon for $6.99.

28. Wool dryer balls you can toss in the dryer instead of chemical-coated dryer sheets that, psssst, leave behind buildup on the inside of your dryer and thus makes it less effective over time.

the dryer balls on a blanket

If you can't give up on the scents of dryer sheets, you can treat these with essential oils!

Get a six-pack from Amazon for $9.99.

29. A plant-derived hand sanitizer in a fawn-cy Toowoomba Carnival scent because you're tired of slathering your paws in stuff that smells like grain alcohol.

bottle of hand sanitizer

Get it from LookFantastic for $11.60.

30. A minimalist tissue box cover to help you address your sniffles without messing up your interior aesthetic. ALSO, to remind you to keep a box of tissues around so you don't have to blow your nose with toilet paper.

stack of books with house-shaped box that covers up a square tissue box
Elizabeth Lilly / BuzzFeed

That is my nightstand. I love this thing! And it for real reminds me to buy tissues.

Promising review: "Since I am a broke 31-year-old this was the only house I can afford. Plus it helps hide the tissues I use to cry in every night." —Lizbanta

Get it from Amazon for $5+ (available in four colors).

31. An interactive cat toy that'll have your furry family member having a blast. If only you'd known years ago....

Promising review: "I have a whole room filled with cat toys that my cat is not interested in. It's funny how the least expensive cat toy I have makes him go crazy. He plays with this until he's panting like a dog and I have never seen him jump so high. I'm certain this toy will help him lose his belly. He loves it! I highly recommend it!" —Kwoo

Get it from Amazon for $1.73.

32. A Scotch-Brite nonscratch sponge to help you cut through the grease *and* time spent on your household chores.

person cleaning stuck on eggs off a fry pan with the sponge

Promising review: "This is one of my favorite sponges. It lasts a long time and the scrubber is tough on grease and stains without damaging pans and things." —SingingToad

Get a three-pack from Target for $3.69.

33. A handwriting bracelet you can use to commemorate your favorite person...even if your favorite person is yourself! Might as well practice that autograph.

person wearing bangle that has a signature on it
The Golden Beverly / Etsy

The Golden Beverly is a Newport Beach, Califonia-based shop specializing in personalized handmade jewelry.

Get it from The Golden Beverly on Etsy for $48.80 (available in three finishes and eight sizes).

34. A liquid tartar remover for dogs you just add to their water bowl for a noticeable (sight and smell) reduction in plaque and stinky breath.

Promising review: "My dog's molars were turning black and he had a ton of build up on his canines. In the photo (above), just imagine everywhere you see slight yellow, instead covered in black and brown gunk and hard plaque. His gums were beginning to look inflamed. And, of course, his breath could kill a horse. After one week of constant use (a cap full for every bowl of water) you could see an obvious difference in tooth color. I was blown away. (Why can’t human mouthwash do such a good job on our teeth?) After three weeks, his molars were almost completely clean. After a couple months of use, the plaque on his canines was soft enough to brush some of it off, which was totally impossible before. Plaque covered the canine approximately 70%. Obviously that's no longer the case. Idk what insane solvent this is made of, but it keeps his gross mouth clean as a whistle. Now I don’t have to worry about my picky princess mutt losing his teeth because he can’t be bothered to chew anything." —BaconPancakes

Get it from Amazon for $9.39 (available in three flavors and two sizes).

35. Slow-cooker liners that'll make your set-it-and-forget-it routine even easier by making cleanup a snap!

slow cooker with two liners in it making dips

I adore my slow cooker but hate cleaning up after using it. So I use these handy lil' bags. Read my full review of Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners (#4).

Get box of six liners from Amazon for $3.03.

36. A cheese slicer – it'll let you create the perfect charcuterie board for your 90 Day Fiance marathon.

person using the cheese slicer on a piece of cheese

Promising review: "After having several cheaper slicers that didn't last long, it's nice to have this. It's larger, heavier and apparently built to last. I appreciate that it comes with an extra wire (now if I can just figure out how to keep track of the wire until I need it, and remember that it's there.) It works beautifully. Note that to adjust the thickness, you unscrew the two ends of the roller individually. This is less convenient than the one-screw mechanism on some other slicers." —Chuck

Get it from Amazon for $11.50.

37. An easy-peasy pan organizer that'll do the hard work of holding Pyrex dishes that you're always puzzled about where to put.

organizer that holds cutting boards and baking pans vertically in cabinet

Measures at 11.1"x5.9"x9.2".

Promising review: "I bought two of these to replace a cheaper version that had moveable spacers. Though this one is not adjustable, it is by far better for my cutting boards, cookie sheets and muffin tins. It is sturdier than its predecessor, which fell apart after a couple months. It fits well in a standard size cabinet and is a great help with keeping my stuff organized and within reach." —Grekrs

Get it from Amazon for $13.97.

38. A battery organizer for parking all your loose power sources instead of letting them roll around in your junk drawer where you'll forget about them before they expire.

the battery organizer

This *safely* holds 82 batteries of various sizes. You can store in a drawer or mount on a wall!

Promising review: "Something so simple saved me an entire drawer's worth of space! We had a battery drawer in the den desk, but it was a mess! Opened battery packages, half of them had new batteries, other batteries floating around loose in the drawer all willy-nilly, all different sizes and brands mixed together. It was an eyesore and a pain every time I had to look for batteries. Now, thanks to this little helper, our batteries are organized and easy to find and grab, right inside the basement stairs doorway. The wattage tester is super helpful, and I was able to toss out half of the batteries we'd had that were dead or nearly dead from being old or accidentally put back with the new battery instead of into recycling. It feels a little thin and flimsy, but it just holds the batteries, you don't move or bend it, so it's moot. So glad I bought this; it's fantastic!!" —Amanda S. Michniewicz

Get it from Amazon for $10+ (available in two designs).

39. A sapphire-themed shadow palette in celebration of September babies. But when the hues are this pretty and the color payoff is *this* good, everyone's welcome.

BH Cosmetics

Get it from BH Cosmetics for $9. Cruelty-free and vegan.

40. A powerful dish-washing spray that, honestly, if you buy anything from this list, this should be it. You can spray down that casserole dish caked with enchilada sauce, let it sit, and you simply wipe and rinse away that saucy mess in a few minutes. (Can you sense an enchilada theme here?)

spraying the Dawn spray on a sink full of dirty dishes

I live in an apartment without a dishwasher, and I honestly use that as an excuse to order takeout food instead of cooking. But, as soon as I got my hands on a bottle of this stuff (regular Dawn is my go-to dish soap, BTW), I put it to use on both a saucepan I used to make homemade enchilada sauce *and* the casserole dish I baked those enchiladas, which had a ton of caked-on food. It really does work like I say it does! Like, scary well.

Get it from Target for $4.99.

41. A purse organizer that'll help sort all your essentials without adding any weight to your already-heavy bag. Then when it's time to switch bags, you can just move the organizer!

Promising review: "I love my bag (basically it's a large open sack). While it has pockets on the outside, the inside has one zipper pocket on one side and two holders on the other side. So all my stuff is thrown in the middle. And I carry A LOT of stuff! This little holder is not that little and it holds A LOT without adding any weight to my bag. I also like that it has two zipper compartments so I can put personal stuff in there without everyone seeing it every time I open the bag. I'm not sure HOW LARGE other people's bags are that I read in other reviews that they say it slides around. The length of my bag is 16 inches and this thing fits comfortably in it. I've attached a BEFORE and AFTER picture. Seriously, for an extra $10 I now enjoy using my $250+ bag!" —michelmoba

Get it from Amazon for $8.99+ (available in 25 colors and three sizes).

42. Magic Eraser cleaning sheets to fit into all the nooks and crannies you wish your OG Magic Eraser could fit.

heating vent someone is cleaning with a wipe

Promising review: "I had a ventilation cover that was disgustingly dirty. I tried 409 and other detergent, but the grease build up was so heavy to remove. I used Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Extra Durable. It cleaned most of it, but the edges were still dirty. Then I used Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Sheets. I folded it to make it stronger and used a chopstick to rub vigorously. It cleaned all the grease and now it looks like a brand new. These erasers are amazing. The tougher it is the better it works. In other words, if the surface is not so dirty, regular cleaning method may work better." —Saporica

Get three 16-packs of wipes from Amazon for $14.49

43. A Crest 3D Whitestrips Glamorous White teeth whitening kit so no one will know *just* how many coffees you drink a day. (Don't worry, I'm not telling.)

It includes 16 treatments, plus two 1-hour express treatments.

Promising review: "I am a nonsmoker but a coffee drinker. Noticed my teeth were getting yellow. Used this whole box once a day as directed. This is the result! I'm very happy with how my teeth came out. The whitening capabilities were great. They are easy to put on and they stick good to your teeth, not like the old generations of this years ago. When removing they leave a film on your teeth that doesn’t have a flavor but I quickly brushed it off. Would buy again." —AKoep

Get it from Amazon for $39.

44. A password book you should fill out IN PENCIL because who can keep up with all those passwords you constantly have to change and apparently are not strong enough for the robots unless it has something like 29478495734592713 on the end.

the book

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! I HIGHLY recommend this!!" —Carole P

Get it from Amazon for $7.95.

45. A weekly budget planner for helping manage those expenses that feel like they're looming over your head. Sometimes just putting pen to (v organized) paper can help make the daunting things feel much more manageable!

And it's nondated, so you can start now in November instead of waiting 'til 2021 or just using up the last two months of 2020!

Promising review: "I love the monthly and weekly calendars. I always have a hard time keeping track weekly, but I do love the monthly format and that there are so many empty entry slots I can write whatever I need to in. I have a hard time categorizing my bills and love seeing them one by one and this gives me that flexibility." —Nicholas Lee

Get it from Amazon for $6.88.

46. And downloadable holiday spending tracker to help ya' get in line in case you're a bit of a procrastinator. If only you'd had this last year!

spreadsheet in red and green
BudgetGirlGoods / Etsy

This Etsy shop is run by one of my favorite YouTubers Budget Girl, whom documented paying off $33,000 in debt (video here!) and has set up a net worth of $75,000 (video here!). So yeah, I think her advice is solid!

Get it from BudgetGirlGoods on Etsy for $3.99 (you can also get an annual net worth spreadsheet I use and love).

47. Sound-dampening door bumpers that'll keep everything from kitchen cabinets to closet doors from slamming while you go about your regular schedule.,

I put these on my kitchen cabinet doors and sliding closet doors. They're fantastic!

Get a 300-pack from Amazon for $9.99.

48. A pack of Burt's Bees cat wipes to help keep your cats smelling fresh and dander reduced. Maybe they've shied away from spray in the past? At least with these they'll feel like they're getting a petting session in, (but you know the truth).

The wipes

Promising review: "Our son was having a lot of dander on his back near the base of his tail. We kept up the brushing but it wasn't going away. Looking at the reviews I decided to go for the dander wipes. Well I have used it twice and was blown away. His dander is pretty much all gone now. Plus his hair seems shinier and silkier after his brushing and using the wipes. Not to mention our baby boy looks just like the cat on the packaging. All around I will continue to buy these and use once a week or twice every two weeks to keep up his beautiful orange coat. Thanks Burt's Bees!" —Tom Cincotta

Get them from Amazon for $3.13 (or Subscribe & Save for $2.97/month).

49. An adorable brown sugar-saving gingerbread man that'll keep the sweet ingredient clump-free for your next baking adventure. (No more buying a new package every time you decide to bake!)

gingerbread man shape terra cotta piece beside a jar of brown sugar

Promising review: "Had a large amount of brown sugar and couldn't keep it soft, even in a tight container. I purchased new 5-quart jars for my flour, sugar, and so forth, and quickly realized my brown sugar was a ROCK! I purchased this, soaked it, and placed it in the sugar as instructed. Within hours it was soft again! I have about 2 lbs. of sugar in the 5-quart jar currently. The jar is sealed with a gasket but I haven't had to re-soak the bear yet (only a month in use currently). Would recommend to anyone at this point, just mad I have wasted so much brown sugar over the years. I have not used it for any of the other uses, like cookies or bread, but will probably purchase more in the future since this little bear is dedicated to my brown sugar." —diosa

Get it from Amazon for $8.60 (also available in a bear or maple leaf).

50. A car garbage bag to help contain some of the mess that ends up on your backseat floor. Someone buy this for my Uncle Bill STAT. But wait, he may need a bigger bag.

the car trash bag hung on the pack of a passenger seat

Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

51. Plastic grocery bag wranglers light enough to hang on a hook on your wall *or* inside your kitchen cabinet. Just saying, these would look real cute in your pantry.

two hanging bag organizers with a hand pulling a grocery bag out of the bottom of one

Tbh, I need one of these. I make my mom give me all her plastic grocery bags because I use them for trash. My personal goal is to never have to buy garbage bin liners again! But I'm a weirdo like that.

Get three from Amazon for $9.90.

Want a sturdier option? Consider this cabinet door bag holder. Alternatively, you can stuff them in an empty facial tissue box!

52. A tea bag holder that'll save you some space, *plus* look nice enough to leave out on the counter for company when you offer up some coffee or tea. It's time to get that cabinet space back!

white tea bag organizer with six removable compartments

Promising review: "I got this out of desperation for regaining room in my tea/coffee cabinet. Yes, we have a kitchen cabinet devoted just to all of our tea and coffee, and we were running out of space very quickly. I got this smaller version because I knew it would fit without having to adjust the shelves. Can I saw how much I love this? I was able to empty so many boxes from the cabinet, it was not even funny. My only complaint (others have mentioned this as well) is that you cannot fit a whole box in one drawer. I worked around this by designating one of the drawers as 'overflow' with a few different types of tea in it. Also, note that this is only good for teas that come in the envelopes. If you have loose tea bags, they may not work too well in this." —Kitty

Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in five colors).

Prefer a different caffeine source? Perhaps a K-cup organizer would be of interest.

53. A toothpaste squeezer/stand to help you get out every last drop without doing a manual squeeze twice a day. (Three times a day if you're that good.)

tube of toothpaste in the stand/squeezer

Promising review: "This was surprisingly easy to use — the crank is very easy to turn and it was actually fun to wind it up. It is weighted, so I imagine it would hold up a full tube, though I might be more inclined to use it with a half-full tube. It keeps a half-used tube of toothpaste very tidy on the shelf. (See photo.) It worked great with the dog's toothpaste too! I bought a few more." —Laurel

Get it from Amazon for $6.89.

54. And an outlet shelf *just* large enough for your electric toothbrush. Here's to a tidier sink!

Amanda / Amazon / Via, Amazon Customer / Amazon / Via

FYI, it installs like a regular outlet cover. Of course except with the wonderful shelf. Can also be installed so the shelf is below the outlet.

Promising review: "I absolutely love this thing! I have much less clutter on my sink thanks to this. If there's anyone not sure if it will fit due to an object, all you need is 1.25 inches of space between the edge of your existing outlet plate and the piece of furniture. I have a GFCI with a standard wall plate." —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in three colors). And check out a larger outlet shelf.

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