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    21 Organizational Products That'll Probably Impress Even The Biggest Type A Personalities

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    1. A cutlery storage tray that'll *finally* free up some drawer space so you can neatly organize even more kitchen utensils.

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    Promising review: “Love! Love! Love! I can't believe I've gone my whole life without knowing about these storage bins for your silverware in your kitchen! I hate normal, everyday silverware holders that you stick in your drawer. It never fits properly — it's either too big or too small, or your silverware is too big or too small, and it slides all around the drawer. Stackable storage ideas for silverware is genius! I seriously got the last one that they had or I would have bought four at least! The minute they come back in stock I'm buying some more! It fits perfectly in the drawer and it doesn't slide around. I can put the big spoons with the little spoons and the big forks with the little forks, and they take up less than half the space of the kitchen drawer than other organizers! Like I said, as soon as they come back in stock, I'll be buying some more!” —Miss Angela

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in gray and white/green).

    2. This honeycomb organizer so you can put an end to incessantly digging through your drawer for that one pair of underwear you KNOW is buried somewhere.

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    Promising review: “Okay, admittedly, I am a bit of an organization freak. I purchased two of these organizers (yes, you do need two PER drawer) to organize my underwear drawer. I agree that $20 seems like a lot to pay for a few pieces of plastic to organize a drawer no one else really sees, but... It's totally worth it. The gratification I got from being able to see exactly what I had, neatly organized, easy to find... Wow. I definitely recommend this product. And the actual dividers are well-made and super easy to assemble. As a previous reviewer said, the number of times you will look at your drawer and be totally satisfied makes the price well worth it.” —Brigette

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    3. This interlocking bin set because it'll give you the desk drawer of your dreams, no Marie Kondo needed.

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    Reviewers say that while the bins attach to one another, they aren't meant for picking up after they've snapped together. FYI, you can also use these in other places, like the bathroom!

    Promising review: “I just ordered more of these. I love that they will lightly connect together and I can arrange them any way I want. I found the little square ones much handier than I had initially thought. Now my bathroom drawer is not a jumble of toothpaste, ponytail holders, clippers, etc. AND, I find that I am less apt to toss something in the drawer unless it fits into one of the units. Win-win. End clutter!” —Anne Dovel

    Get it from Amazon for $8.96+ (available in six colors and in sets of eight or nine).

    4. A handbag insert for anyone who's had it up to freaking–here with rummaging around inside their purse for the lip balm that always seems to have fallen down the rabbit hole to Wonderland.

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    Promising review: “Extremely pleased with the number of pockets, sturdy construction, and a built-in water bottle pocket. It fits well into my large Longchamp Le Pliage tote with room to spare on the side for a 13" MacBook Pro. The water bottle pocket holds my insulated Kleen Kanteen snugly and the side pockets are more than enough to store a charging cable, earbuds, chapstick, keys, glasses cleaner, etc. Made such a big difference to my work bag and now I don't have to rummage around endlessly to retrieve an item!” —Grace Ho

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in three sizes and in seven colors).

    5. This pill organizer so you can have all your meds laid out in advance. And the convenient, removable trays make it easy for you to just grab the days doses and go!

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    Promising review: “I have had this for a few months now. I don’t think I’ve missed any medicine since I started using it. I am on 10 different meds, which I take several times a day. This is perfect. I love that I can put the day in my purse or pocket and I am set for the day. As a side note, when you pull out your new pill pod you know what day it is. Lol. I keep the tower in our medicine chest, and if I’m at home, I just leave the day I am using on top of the tower. Mom saw mine and ordered one. Everyone who I’ve shown it to is sold. It’s a great product. So far it is one of the few products I have rated five stars.” —Karen R. Starken

    Get it from Amazon for $7.45.

    6. A battery organizer for anyone who's tired of digging through the couch cushions for a spare battery for the TV remote. Plus, it comes with a battery tester so you can figure out if your AAA's have run out of juice.

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    Promising review: “This is a well-designed and sturdy product. It solves the problem of searching for batteries when you need them. I see myself buying fewer batteries now since all my batteries are neatly stored in one central location. The tester is a great feature because it takes the guesswork out of what is normally a very tedious chore of finding the right battery, making sure it's a good battery, and determining if the problem lies with the battery or the actual device. I would highly recommend this to anyone seeking to organize their battery supply. This isn’t some cheap plastic, and it also makes a great gift!” —Howard NY

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    7. This purse that's really a foldable jewelry organizer in disguise. Instead of storing your necklaces and bracelets in tiny bags (where they ALWAYS end up tangled) when traveling, you can organize over a week's worth of accessories in one easy place.

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    It has two zippered pockets for things like watches, four necklace hangers, two ring holders, a panel for 18 pairs of earrings, and an additional zippered pouch for bracelets. Oh, and it all folds up into a neat, envelope shaped–pouch.

    Promising review: “I absolutely love this product!! Came exactly as advertised. The quality feels nice, and the zippers and pockets are all good quality. My favorite is the necklace compartment! The separate elastic bands really do prevent my necklaces from tangling together. Everything is easy to see and store. I highly recommend buying this for yourself or as a gift!” —kristid

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in two sizes and in eight colors).

    8. A stackable toy organizer because no parent deserves to trip over toy cars and LEGO blocks 24/7.

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    Promising review: “We like to keep toys not only in my son's room but also in the living room. The toy boxes worked well when he was little, but by the age of five, our previously very nice living room had started to look like a gypsy camp. We had looked into all kinds of cubbies and shelving from Ikea and different furniture stores but nothing was right. After reading all the reviews for this item I decided to go for it — and it's absolutely perfect for us! Shipping was fast, the assembly was easy, and this is great quality. I ordered two to fit everything (except books), as some of the toys are rather bulky. Our living room finally looks neat again, and the best part is that all the previously forgotten toys are being played with again.” —Kairi

    Get it from Amazon for $46.98+ (available in six color schemes).

    9. This set of clear trays that'll turn your refrigerator into a pristine, orderly museum of yogurts, produce, and pudding cups.

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    The set includes two wide bins (you could use one for produce and one for condiments), two narrow bins for things like snacks or baby food pouches, a bin that can hold up to 10 cans of soda or sparkling water, and a bin designed specifically to hold up to 14 eggs.

    Promising review: “This product arrived quickly, was well-packaged, and came exactly as described. The containers are sturdy, and work great! Before my fridge looked like a mess you'd find on an episode of Hoarders. Now, we're ready for a photoshoot with Martha Stewart! Perhaps that is a slight exaggeration, but truly, I couldn't get a bottle of salad dressing out before without putting three jars of jelly on the counter, knocking over a bottle of ketchup, and stepping on the dog. Now, I just open the fridge, pull out the drawer, and take what I need. The dog never even has time to get underfoot!” —hari sharma

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99.

    10. A can organizer — it fits up to 36 cans, so you can officially add "keeping the kitchen cupboards organized" as a coveted skill on your résumé.

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    Promising review: “This can organizer replaced a much smaller can organizer, which was a pain to use. This new one is much larger, fits more cans, is very secure, and moves from spot to spot very easily (even with cans on it!) without falling apart. It comes with six dividers! Love that! Each level has two heights to pick from. The whole thing kinda snaps together, making it very sturdy. It comes with rubber feet that are ridiculously easy to put on and has extra caps for the shelf hooks, and clips to mount a second can organizer on top. I would buy this thing all over again!” —Rose of Sharon Rice

    Get it from Amazon for $18.97 (available in three finishes).

    11. These foldable utensil organizers that conveniently stick to your computer so you can 1) free up space on your desk, 2) find a pen when you really need one, and 3) become the most organized employee at your company.

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    Promising review: “Everyone at work comments on these! They’re easy to apply and have stayed on so far. I work in an open floorplan with very little space for a lot of personal items. This works perfectly and was inexpensive enough that I have no concerns if something happens to it. It comes packed flat and must be folded up and small tabs inserted into slits. That was not very difficult at all. I have about four pens and a Sharpie in mine. It would not fit anymore but was exactly what I needed.” —Mama S

    Get it from Amazon for $7.98 (available in a triangle and trapezoid shape).

    12. A nail polish organizer because that tiny shoebox on your dresser doesn't cut it when you have, like, 20 bottles of just red nail polish alone.

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    Promising review: “My wife loves to do her own nails and as a result, has accumulated dozens of bottles of nail polish. These are usually thrown into a basket when she is done. I wanted to find a way to help her organize her collection and this nail polish holder was the perfect item. The nail polish case is made from a sturdy clear plastic which is important to be able to find the right color quickly. There are two sides to the case with each side holding 24 bottles. The case holds 48 total individual bottles of nail polish and although it did not hold her entire collection, it was enough to hold her frequently used polish. The space in each slot is big enough to hold a variety of common bottle sizes but I know bottles come in longer or wider sizes so don't expect it to hold every bottle in the marketplace. There are also additional spaces to hold longer items such as nail files and brushes. When full, the weight of the case is still manageable and not too heavy. This was the perfect answer to help organize my wife's nail polish collection. I highly recommend this purchase.” —Rod M

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (available in clear and pink).

    13. This notepad for anyone who just needs an easy, straightforward way to organize their day. Rest easy knowing that this list will get you from task to task without skipping a beat.

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    Promising review: “You can stop scrolling around looking for the perfect planner because this one is absolutely PERFECT. It really helps manage my time and keeping track of things all across the board. I also appreciate the positivity it exudes. Starts my day off just right!! I'll definitely be ordering more." —Brit

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    14. A coffee pod drawer because even though you can't control your urge to drink five cups of coffee a day, you can control how you store your stash.

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    Promising review: “Love this! I was keeping my cups in their original box, stacked up and taking up space before getting this. Now, I can organize them, they are easier to get to and take up no space at all! I have my Keurig sitting on top of this, like a shelf, and it's perfect!” —Michelle L

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99.

    15. This bag dispenser that conveniently mounts to your wall or cupboard so you can keep plastic grocery bags out of sight, but always know where to find them when you need them.

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    Customers recommend using Command Strips to easily mount the dispenser.

    Promising review: “I'd seen this product for years and never really considered buying it until grocery bags invaded the cabinet under my kitchen sink. I had collected so many bags for trash disposal (small NYC apartment, small garbage chute) that I had to take them all out whenever I needed some cleaning supply hiding at the very back of the cabinet and then throw them all back in. I had never seen that cabinet as neat and tidy as I did when I finally decided to buy this bag dispenser and stick it to the door of the cabinet. Having the dispenser also helped me decide which bags were worth keeping and which were not (bags that were too small, for example). Setting it up was a breeze, so is putting the bags in the dispenser and pulling them out.” —Ro2x

    Get it from Amazon for $14.97.

    16. A gift wrap organizer so you can stop re-purchasing a new roll of wrap and ribbons every year because you can't find the half-used roll you chucked in the back of your closet.

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    Promising review: “This is a nice storage bag. I bought another one from another place and it was just so-so. I like this one because it is made well and the handles are sewn on. It has a nice, lightweight canvas — I love it, and now I have all my wrapping supplies in one place. Another wonderful idea for my newly cleaned up basement — a place for everything and everything in its place. Thank you for a great idea, really works.” —Maryland Reader

    Get it from Amazon for $19.87 (available in three designs).

    17. This magnetic calendar that'll help you organize all of your (and your family's) appointments and events in one convenient place.

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    The calendar also comes with a magnetic grocery list because, honestly, taking control of your purchases sounds like a very ~attractive~ idea.

    Promising review: “I have high hopes that this will help me get my life organized! It comes with good quality dry erase markers with thin tips and vibrant colors. The calendar itself is flexible with the entire back being a magnet. I think this will stay on better than the hard boards with just a couple of magnetic strips." —Amanda

    Get it from Amazon for $17.95 (available as a horizontal or vertical calendar).

    18. A tie organizer because when you're running late in the morning, the last thing you need is to turn your room inside out looking for the right tie. It also fits conveniently in your closet and takes up literally no space so, uh, why don't you have it yet???

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    Promising review: “This works great! It displays all of my husband's ties really nicely, but also manages to not take up a lot of space. Before, he just had them all looped through a clothes hanger, but this is much better. It comes assembled and holds the ties nicely. They do not slip through the prongs on their own.” —TailaBlack

    Get it from Amazon for $8.89.

    19. This tiered snack Lazy Susan that's honestly way more attractive than a bunch of Costco snack boxes taking up space on the kitchen counter.

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    Promising review: “This is so awesome! It's huge so it's great for break rooms, people with large families, or people who shop in bulk (like me lol). I used to have tons of bulky Costco boxes holding all of our snacks and when the snacks got low the boxes were just a huge inconvenience. My kids would constantly leave it in disarray and I didn't have the time or energy to constantly organize things. This makes life so much easier! It holds a ton of product so you aren't constantly refilling it. The high walls on the top carousel keep small things like bars, candy, and condiments neat and orderly until they need to be refilled. The bottom large carousel is perfect for small bags of chips, pretzels, fruit, etc. Assembly is a breeze. You can put it together in less than a minute. It's as simple as snapping two halves together and popping the top shelf on. It rotates very smoothly, also and is made of a durable plastic that is easy to clean. I'm really happy with this and I'm so glad we bought it. My only regret is not getting it sooner, to be honest.” —NoVa Mom

    Get it from Amazon for $29.18.

    20. A makeup sponge holder for a more ~aesthetically pleasing~ way to display your sponges and help them dry faster.

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    Promising review: “It was frustrating and beyond annoying to have to use the Beauty Blender packaging or hairspray bottle caps to organize and dry my sponges. It looked awful on my make-up counter and was totally dysfunctional. This acrylic organizer is absolutely perfect! It’s very well made and works perfectly for all sponge sizes. LOVE and would highly recommend it!” —Th-4

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    21. And these kitchen labels that are sure to win you Kitchen Organizer of the Year because of their cute and functional design. No more accidentally taking the cake flour when you thought you were reaching for the sugar!

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    This comes with 85 different labels — everything from lentils to granola to bread flour to corn meal to salt. See the Amazon listing images for the full array!

    Promising review: "With the organizing craze at its zenith right now, you will be thrilled with this product. It's beautiful, easy to use, and comes in numerous sizes that will work for a variety of storage jars or bins. I highly recommend." —Wa

    Get a set of 85 pre-printed clear, glossy labels from Amazon for $13.99.

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