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Alejandra's Favorite Organizing Products

Below you will find a list of my favorite organizing products that I’ve compiled in the 9 years of being a professional organizer. Please note that while some of the links below are affiliate links and we are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites, all of the products listed I have personally purchased, I use in my home, and absolutely LOVE! One of my core values is authenticity and I would never recommend a product for the sake of earning a commission. If a product is listed below, it has passed my rigorous testing!

Kitchen/Pantry Organizing Products

  • Rolling Snack Bins for the Pantry

    I’m a big fan of these bins because they are extremely sturdy and have attachable wheels that do not fall off (unlike other bins). I’ve used them for snack bins in the

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    pantry or for storing bulk stuff in the garage or laundry room. This link is for the newest version of the bins I use.

    VIDEO: Pantry Organization

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  • Junk Drawer Organizers

    These are the organizers I have in my junk drawer. I found them in aqua at Home Goods which may be difficult to find (they also come in hot pink and orange!).

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    They are made by MadeSmart and the quality is excellent!

    VIDEO: Organized Home Tour

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  • Stackable Bins for Under the Sink

    These are the bins I showed in my “How to Organize Under the Kitchen Sink” video. They are excellent for maximizing vertical space as they stack smoothly on top of

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    each other. They come in various sizes so you can customize whatever you are organizing. PLUS, they can be used for organizing all kinds of things around the home: office supplies, toys, craft supplies, hardware, etc.

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  • DIY Tea/Drawer Organizer

    I’m a total fan of these! They’re “supposed” to be used for storing socks, panty hose, and/or underwear in dresser drawers. However, I use them to store tea bags in

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    my kitchen drawer and they work perfectly!!! On top of that, they are affordable compared to other drawer dividers!!

    VIDEO: How to Organize Coffee & Tea

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  • Slide N’ Stack Organizer

    This was the very first “pull-out cabinet organizer” I ever purchased. For the price you pay, it works excellent, slides smoothly, and comes in various sizes. It’s a total

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    bang for your buck! It’s also easy to install and can be used in both under the kitchen AND bathroom cabinets.

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  • Pull-Out Lid Organizer

    This is the pull-out lid organizer I showed in my “Organizing Pots And Pans” video. It keeps all your lids easily accessible (and quiet) instead of being stacked on top of

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    one another.

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  • Pull-Out Cabinet Organizer

    This organizer works great at keeping all the food storage containers organized in the kitchen cabinets. It can also be used under the kitchen and bathroom sinks too.

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  • Erasable Food Storage Labels

    These are the labels I have on my food storage bins in the kitchen. They don’t peel off when washed and the actual label is erasable… which means you can use them

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    over and over and over!

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  • Tea Bag Organizer for the Kitchen

    I absolutely hate the boxes teabags come in (so flimsy and non-stackable). This teabag organizer is awesome, it can fit almost 100 teabags (see video below) and

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    the container itself is stackable and easy to open/close.

    VIDEO: Teabag Organizer

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  • Double Shelf for Kitchen Cabinets

    The double shelf I use inside my kitchen cabinets has been discontinued (not sure why since it was the best one), however, this double shelf seems to have replaced

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    the older version. I can’t speak to the quality but I’m sure it works just as well.

    VIDEO: Organizing Pots And Pans

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  • Air-Tight Containers for Dry Goods

    These are my favorite air-tight containers perfect for storing dry goods such as flour and sugar. Everything about them is phenomenal; the lid, the container, the

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    durability, the ability to stack, etc. They come is a wide variety of sizes.

    VIDEO: Exclusive Home Tour

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  • Vertical Pan Dividers

    I use these dividers to store my flat baking sheets and cutting boards vertically which means I never have to deal with annoying stacks of pans. Little things like this, make

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    my life easier (and will probably make yours too!).

    VIDEO: Exclusive Home Tour

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  • Kitchen Drawer Dividers

    If I had to pick my favorite kitchen product, I’d pick these. I’m obsessed with these dividers. Traditionally you are supposed to use them vertically but I like to ‘think

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    outside the box’ and use them horizontally, stacked or even cris-crossed. Another amazing product.

    VIDEO: Kitchen Drawer Organization

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  • elfa Door Rack for the Pantry

    If you have a swing door in your pantry, hang a door rack for extra storage. I love this one because the baskets are adjustable and extremely sturdy unlike

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    others I’ve tried. Adding a door rack to the pantry is great for storing extra canned goods, condiments, etc.

    VIDEO: Pantry Organization

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  • Tiered Shelf for Canned Goods

    There are so many tiered shelves on the market. This is the only one I use because it fits large sized soup cans (you know what I mean, those large cans whole tomatoes

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    come in) in addition to small cans. This is also the sturdiest one, which means it won’t wobble.

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  • 16″ Lazy Susan Turntable

    I love turning this thing! Why? It turns beautifully and never gets stuck. This 16″ lazy susan fits most pantries with 16+” shelves. Another amazing product for

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    the pantry.

    VIDEO: Pantry Organization

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  • 10″ Lazy Susan Turntable

    This is the best 10″ lazy susan which works well in upper kitchen cabinets that are typically 11″ in depth. I use this lazy susan in my pantry for storing spices – works

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    wonderfully (and is fun to spin!).

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  • 18″ Lazy Susan Turntable

    This is the best 18″ lazy susan which works well in lower or corner kitchen cabinets. Its spins extremely easily and never gets stuck unlike other lazy susans. This one also

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    works well if you have 16″ deep elfa pantry shelves (even though the lazy susan is 18″ and the shelf is 16″, it works perfectly on lower shelves – trust me!)

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  • Measures Conversion Magnet

    I have this on my fridge and I still use it pretty much every time I cook or bake. Thanks to this magnet that’s been on my fridge for years, I finally now have

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    memorized that there are 3 tsp in 1 tbsp!

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  • Hooks for Kitchen Cabinets

    I hang pot holders on the inside of my kitchen cabinets using these hooks. Because the tape is so sticky and heavy-duty, the hook won’t fall off. The

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    best part is that the hook is removable on most surfaces which means it won’t damage cabinets when permanently removed!

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Closet Organizing Products

  • The BEST Shelf Liners

    These are the only shelf liners I will use because 1) they are simply the best 2) they actually STAY flat 3) you can easily slide things on them. And yes, they are a couple

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    dollars more expensive than the cheaper ones BUT they are worth it IF you use your closets and pantry everyday! They come in three depths: 12″, 16″, and 20″ and they can be cut to fit the length of your closet (they are super easy to cut!). They will work on both ventilated and solid shelves and they DO work on non-elfa brand shelves as well!

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  • A Hook That Hangs On The Hinge

    This is by far the coolest hook in hook history! It’s a hook that hangs on the hinge of your closet door. How cool?! When placed on a lower hinge, it’s the perfect

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    solution for school backpacks. No tools or hardware needed for installation. It just pops into the top pin of the door hinge.

    VIDEO: How to Organize the Coat Closet

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  • Over-the-Door Bungee Organizer

    This is the over-the-door bungee cord organizer I featured in my craft closet in my home office! It’s made to hold purses, but if you think outside the box, you can use it to

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    store gift bags (this is what I use it for and it works perfectly!), hats, scarves, dog accessories, etc. The bungee cord hooks (no hardware needed) onto the top and bottom of your swing door and has 9 adjustable hooks on the strap!

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  • DIY Tea/Drawer Organizer

    I’m a total fan of these! They’re “supposed” to be used for storing socks, panty hose, and/or underwear in dresser drawers. However, I use them to store tea bags in

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    my kitchen drawer and they work perfectly!!! On top of that, they are affordable compared to other drawer dividers!!

    VIDEO: How to Organize Coffee & Tea

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  • Built-In Divider Storage Boxes

    Okay, so these storage bins are super cool. They have built-in dividers that are collapsible which means you can either use them to divide the contents you’re storing

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    within the bin or you can collapse them and have one big normal storage bin. They’re definitely pricey for a storage bin but they’re flexible in that they can be used for multiple purposes!

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  • Contact Paper That Really Sticks

    I use contact paper for everything BUT its intended purpose!! I love using this sticky paper (which by the way, really sticks!) behind shelves to add pops of the color.

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    This is the exact design/color contact paper I use on the wall in my linen closet.

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  • Clear Shoe Boxes For Sorting

    These shoe boxes are perfect not only for shoes, but anything that fits inside. I must have around 80 of these in my home since you can essentially organize ANYTHING

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    inside. These bins pair well with my photo labels.

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  • Stackable Storage Shelves

    I use these stackable storage shelves in my craft closet. I keep craft supplies in plastic bins that I keep on these shelves. You can also use them to store shoes and shoe

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  • Custom Drawer Dividers

    These are the dividers I used to create sections inside my elfa drawers. They are cut-to-size and work perfectly in any space you want divide. I’m totally obsessed with

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    my underwear, sock, and tank top drawer thanks to these dividers.

    VIDEO: Dresser Drawer Organizing.

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  • Best Folding Tool for Tshirts

    If you’ve ever wondered how retail stores get the “perfect” fold in shirts and pants, look no further. The secret is folding with the “Flip & Fold.”  Not only do they make a

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    “normal” size, but they make a small size for folding kiddie clothes.

    VIDEO: How To Fold T-Shirts

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  • Hanging Jewelry Bag Organizer

    This jewelry bag is great for storing small jewelry such as rings, earrings or even pendants. It can also be used in the bathroom for storing pony tail holders and

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    bobby pins or in the craft closet for storing small gift tags.

    VIDEO: Gift Tag Organization

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  • Adjustable Dresser Drawer Dividers

    These are the same drawer dividers from the kitchen section, except shorter and taller (these are the bedroom sized ones made for dressers). Again, a must have in

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    any drawer since they don’t slide or move when put into place properly.

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  • Sturdiest Shelf Dividers

    I use these shelf dividers to separate everything including towels, sheets, file folders, notebooks, envelopes, etc. They are excellent, extremely sturdy, and can

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    even be flipped upside-down for taller stacks. They work well on any normal sized wood shelf.

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  • Over-the-Door Shoe Pockets (clear)

    I love these door pockets. I have them hanging on four doors in my own home. I use them for cords, closet accessories, cosmetics, and utility items. These are best

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    ones on the market because they hang straight and the pockets are sturdy and clear so you can see what is in inside.

    VIDEO: Over-The-Door Storage

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  • Non-Slip Foam Stickies

    If your clothes are slipping off your wooden or plastic hangers, these adhesive foam strips are a quick, cheap, and easy solution to making sure your clothes don’t end up

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    falling on the floor!

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  • Hooks for Realllllly Tall Doors

    If the doors in your home are reallllllly tall, you’ll appreciate this really long (hard to find) over-the-door hook. It’s made for doors like yours!

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Home Office Organizing Products

  • Color-Coded Filing System

    This is the exact filing system I use inside my own home. It’s the only filing system I recommend since its easy to use and requires little ongoing maintenance.

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    It works wonderfully if you follow it correctly.

    VIDEO: Color-Coded Filing System

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  • The Best Binders (All Sizes)

    These are the binders I always use for my organizing projects. They come in bright, fun colors and have rubber seams that don’t rip like most binders!

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  • Aqua Mesh Tax Pouches

    These are the pouches that are in my tax drawer for organizing my tax returns. They are AWESOME! The zipper slides like butter and the pouch is large enough to

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    store really thick tax returns and associated documentation and receipts. I absolutely love these and the aqua pop of color makes organizing and accessing your taxes a little bit more fun! 🙂

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  • Rainbow Accordion Organizer

    I use file accordion’s for mostly receipts, both personal and business in the home office. This is my favorite. Why? Because the tabs are color-coded in rainbow

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  • Mini Recycling Bins

    These are the little recycling bins I have scattered throughout my house for responsibly decluttering! They are the cutest little things for recycling small

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    items that never seem to have a good “temporary home” until they leave your house including batteries, ink cartridges, expired medications, etc. They also make decluttering a little bit more fun! 🙂 They are seasonal promotional items at Dollar Tree (always located in the check-out aisle!) but you can also find similar ones at Family Dollar, Walmart (expensive!), and on Amazon (expensive as well!).

    VIDEO: Organized Home Tour

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  • Alejandra’s Shredder

    This is the shredder Ed and I use in our offices. It’s shreds (cross-cuts) up to 16-pages at once including staples, credit cards, CD/DVDs, and paper clips (however,

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    I recommend removing and reusing the paper clip as opposed to shredding it). It holds a good amount of paper, it’s a bit quieter than our old one, and it has never jammed to date!

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  • Best Priced Laminator

    If you’ve always wanted a laminator but thought they were too expensive, this is the best “bang for your buck” laminator on the market! The machine itself is just under

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    $30 and works well (this is the one I have in my office). If you’re looking for something functional that will get the job done right, and you don’t want to spend a lot of money, this is the laminator for you! On the other hand, if you’re looking for a super duper professional series reallllllly thick lamination, this isn’t the machine for you. In that case, your best bet is having your nearest office supply store do the lamination for you (or purchasing a $300 laminator).

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  • Best Priced Laminating Pouches

    These are the laminating pouches that go with the best “bang for your buck” laminator. NOTE: There are two kinds of laminating pouches that fit this laminator:

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    3mil and 5mil. The higher the number “mil”, the thicker the lamination. In my opinion, the 5mil is worth the extra money. It is noticeably thicker! The 3mil feels a bit flimsy. Okay, a LOT flimsy. Both are functional though in terms of being laminated!

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  • Easiest Scanner for Going Paperless

    It’s actually EASY to go paperless when you have a good scanner, as in: it’s fast to scan, the papers don’t get jammed, it’s easy to setup, and it’s just ridiculously

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    simple to use. This is by far the very best scanner if you are considering going paperless (I’ve done the research + testing already). I’m not a digital person but I am now convinced that paperless is the way to go for 80% of my papers. And the other 20%? Well, I am keeping those hard-copy in my pretty rainbow binders!

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  • Bedford Desk

    This is the desk I have in my office! I LOVE it! There is ample storage space in the drawers and on the surface. And I love how the back of the drawer units are solid so

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    you can’t see the cords tangling down! It’s a solid desk, although you do have to be careful with the finish as it does chip easily especially at the corners. I also love how there are two size drawers – shallow for small office supplies and deep for file folders!

    VIDEO: How to Organize Your Desk

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  • Bedford Bookshelf

    This is the bookshelf I have in my office! It fits binders perfectly (and books, obviously!). If you have the matching Bedford Filing Cabinet, this unit can be

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    stacked on top to maximize space.

    VIDEO: How to Organize Office Files

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  • Bedford Filing Cabinet

    This is the filing cabinet I have in my home office. I LOVE it! I keep my file folders in the bottom drawer and my tax returns (both personal and business) in the top

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    drawer. For the file folders, I use the Freedom Filer filing system and for my tax returns, I organize the documents by year, in indestructible poly-envelopes that have awesome zippers so nothing falls out!

    VIDEO: How to Organize Office Files

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  • Bedford Pen Caddy

    This is the pen caddy I have on my desk! I recommend it because it’s sturdy (doesn’t move when you put something back!), it has various compartments for

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    various items, and you can personalize the front with your favorite photos or inspirational quotes! I will say, it IS pricey for a simple pen caddy… I have seen similar organizers (heavy-duty, lots of compartments, and space to personalize) at stores like HomeGoods or Marshalls!

    VIDEO: How to Organize Your Desk

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  • Bedford Mail Center

    This is the mail center I have on my desk! There’s a top section and two drawers. I keep papers to process (things to read, sort through, open projects) in the top

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    section, time-sensitive bills to pay in the top drawer, and non-time-sensitive documents that require other action (call/ask/cancel) in the bottom drawer. However, if you’re visual and need visual reminders to pay bills or take action, keep these items on the top section out and open so you SEE them and remember to take action! You can then use the drawers for other things like envelopes, stamps, address labels, or other small office supplies!

    VIDEO: How to Organize Your Desk

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  • Daily System Corkboard

    These are the cork boards I have in my office! I use them for hanging important information, checklists, greeting cards, photos, and vision boarding. I love using

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    them for vision boarding! The boards are a bit small which is great for having separate vision boards (personal goals, work goals)! They match the antique white Bedford office collection perfectly! If you purchase these boards, you must purchase the “top display rods” for installation. Also, these boards cannot be installed next to a door frame or anything protruding out from the wall! This sounds a bit weird but the boards slide into the top display rod when installing so you need at least 12″ of flush wall space!

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  • Alejandra’s Checklist Binder

    This is the binder I used in my Desk Organization video for organizing my checklists! The interior of the binder has a fun soft bright-colored fabric which makes it

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    different from other binders! It’s also flatter than other binders which makes it a great “everyday” binder for frequently used documents like checklists!

    VIDEO: How to Organize Your Desk

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  • Rainbow Envelopes

    One of the things I always had as a kid in my desk was my own set of envelopes for writing letters to pen pals or friends that or friends that moved away. I recently

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    discovered envelopes that come in rainbow colors that make it 10x more fun to send snail mail! These particular ones have the nice “quick strip” sticker to seal the envelope!

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  • Best Notebook for Picky People

    Taking good notes in school is critical to getting good grades! And it’s always easier to take better notes with a good notebook! This is my favorite notebook because 1) it

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    has wide margins (I’m a lefty), 2) it has dark lines (it’s easier to write on dark lines), 3) it has a box to fill in today’s date 4) it has a highlighted section at the bottom for calling out certain things like homework or action items and; 5) it has clean perforated edges when removing paper from the notebook. It’s the only notebook I use!! Comes in pink, yellow, and black! I use pink when I can find it (it’s often out-of-stock!).

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  • Carrying Case Tackle Box

    This is the tackle box I use on the sides of my filing cabinet to store all of my filing accessories (e.g., filing tabs, filing labels, binder clips, etc). If you have the same

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    filing cabinet as me, this carrying case will fit perfectly like a glove! 🙂

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  • Stamp/Sticker Organizer

    This is the organizer I use in the desk drawer to corral all of my large letter stickers! It’s made to be a “stamp” organizer but it works well for other

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    craft supplies such as stickers, die-cuts, scrapbook paper, stencils, etc. It’s made of hard plastic that clicks together when shut. This particular organizer comes in three sizes: thin, thick, and thicker. If this organizer is for you, check your local craft store to see if they carry it before purchasing it online. I found mine at a mom & pop shop near my house for $2/each, which is a fraction of the price online!

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  • Scrapbook Paper Tackle Box

    This is the tackle box I use to store all of my scrapbook paper. It fits 12″ x 12″ paper perfectly! I also store small scrapbook paper books inside- works beautifully!

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    The best thing about this tackle box is the lid stays shut tightly!

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  • Large Super Deep Tackle Box

    This is the tackle box I use to store all of my small but bulky electronics and cords like old cameras, microphones, chargers/surge protectors, audio cables,

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    network cables, etc. It’s literally the perfect size for all of the bulky cords or small electronics you might have tangled up in a box in your house! The best thing about this tackle box is the lid stays shut tightly and the dividers don’t move once in place!!

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  • Narrow Super Deep Tackle Box

    This is the tackle box I use to store all of my extra labels. However, it’s the perfect size for storing stickers, cards, die-cuts, small sheets of fabric, or any similar

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    sized craft item! The best thing about this tackle box is the lid stays shut tightly and the dividers don’t move once in place!!

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  • Large Deep Tackle Box

    This is the tackle box I use to store small electronics like flash drives, USB connectors, memory cards, batteries, ear phones, etc. It’s the perfect size for

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    smaller gadgets in the office! Plus, it has removable dividers which means you can make each compartment smaller or larger depending upon what you’re storing. The best thing about this tackle box is the lid stays shut tightly and the dividers don’t move once in place!!

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  • Large Shallow Tackle Box

    This is the tackle box I use to store all of my labeling accessories like clothespins, binder rings, shelf labels, etc. It’s the perfect size for collections of “small-sized”

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    items! If you’re a crafter, this tackle box would work great for embellishments, attachments, or any small materials you might have floating around your craft space. The best thing about this tackle box is the lid stays shut tightly and the dividers don’t move once in place!!

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  • Small Shallow Tackle Box

    Believe it or not I’ve tried probably every type of tackle box on the market. This is by far my favorite SMALL tackle box. The dividers are adjustable, the clasps are

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    tight, and the box opens and shuts perfectly (unlike others!).

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  • Battery Organizer Tackle Box

    I tried 7 different tackle boxes for containing my batteries and this is the only one that worked! Why? This is the only one I could find (in a good size) that has flat sides for

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    labeling (you can’t label sides that have ridges in them like most tackle boxes do). Awesome tackle box for containing batteries!

    VIDEO: Exclusive Home Tour

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  • Visual Photo Box Storage

    I’m not big into taking pictures but still have LOTS of printed photos from the 90s and early 2000. I use this photo box to store and organize all of my photos. The best

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    part about it are the clear mini containers for sorting photos into categories.

    VIDEO: How I Store Photos

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  • The Best Trash Cans for Sorting

    This is going to sound beyond bizarre but I LOVE to throw things away in the these trash cans. There’s something about three uniform trash cans (trash, shred, recycle)

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    perfectly lined up next to each other that just makes me smile every time I sort and toss things inside! And when you label each bin with a color-coded label (recycle = green, trash = blue, shred = red) it makes it that much easier and faster to discard things 🙂

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  • Fun Ergonomic Desk Chair

    This is the fun ergonomic desk chair I use at my desk in my home office! It’s fun to wobble on while you work while also “strengthening your back and core!”

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    It comes in three fun colors; orange, black, and blue. They also come in smaller kids version in every color of the rainbow 🙂

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  • Cord Box to Hide Wires

    If you hate seeing messy piles of cords behind or underneath your furniture, this is what you NEED! It’s a cord box that “hides” the messy cables! This is the cord box I

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    featured in my “How to Hide Wires & Cords” video. It comes in black and white!

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  • Prevent Cords From Falling

    I have these things all over my house in every nook and cranny! They are adhesive and you can stick them anywhere to prevent a cord from falling down when

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    unplugged. They come in multiple colors.

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  • Hooks for Containing Wires/Cords

    Wires and cords that hang/dangle bother me like no other! These adhesive hooks hold cords against the wall in place. The best part about them are the various sizes

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    they come in and the adhesive on the back that is removable without damaging most surfaces (furniture, walls, etc).

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  • Cool Cord Wraps

    You know those realllllly long cords that hang from the back of your computer, TV, and/or any other electronic in your house? Well, this cord wrap allows you to

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    “magically” shorten the cord as if it didn’t really exist! It’s hard to explain but it’s AWESOME! I use this for my iPod charger on my desk.

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  • Electronic Fuzzy Glove

    This is one of those cool office gadgets that actually gets good use! It’s a fuzzy finger you use to dust your computer screen and keyboard (I also use it to dust my desk).

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    It actually makes dusting fun! Who knew?!

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  • Built-In Divider Storage Boxes

    Okay, so these storage bins are super cool. They have built-in dividers that are collapsible which means you can either use them to divide the contents you’re storing

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    within the bin or you can collapse them and have one big normal storage bin. They’re definitely pricey for a storage bin but they’re flexible in that they can be used for multiple purposes!

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  • Hanging Paper Organizer

    I use this hanging organizer originally made for clothes in my home office for storing paper, notepads, and extra file folders! It’s literally the PERFECT size for paper

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    management. On top of that, it’s super sturdy which means if you store a heavy stack of paper, it’s not going to sink in or collapse! 🙂

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  • Business Card Poly-Envelope

    If you’re looking for a simple way to store business cards (where they won’t get torn or ripped) in your purse or work bag, this inexpensive business card poly-envelope

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    is the solution you’ve been looking for!

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  • Checks to Deposit Poly-Envelope

    These have become my new favorite poly-envelopes! I have seven of these in my desk drawers and they are the perfect size for storing stamps, address labels, checks

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    to deposit, receipts to register, travel receipts, temporary gift receipts, etc.

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  • Poly Envelopes For Binders

    These poly envelopes are the perfect solution because they hold heavy manuals and packets of information in the sturdy sleeve and keep them in with a velcro

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    clasp. The ones I have aren’t available online, but these are the most similar ones I can find.

    VIDEO: How To Organize Warranties, Manuals, & Receipts

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  • Non-Flimsy Poly-Envelopes

    I’m such a poly-envelope snob- I only use certain ones. These pass my test! They are amazing quality (not flimsy at all!) and have a nice snap in place! They also stack really

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    well when stacked (again, really nice quality).

    VIDEO: How I Organize My Stickers

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  • Tax Box with Dividers

    I keep all my taxes in this box because the dividers allow me to separate different tax returns supporting documents. Everything stays put and doesn’t slide around or

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  • Rainbow Sticky Note White Board

    I’m totally out-of-sight, out-of mind so when it comes to planning projects and jotting down ideas, I need to SEE to remember. These are the whiteboards we use in the

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    alejandra.tv office!

    VIDEO: Office Organization: Project Planning

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  • Inclined Desktop Mail Sorter

    This tiered mail sorter sits on a desktop while helping you see the names of your file folders so you can quickly and easily file all your mail into the appropriate folder or

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  • Color-Coded Dot Stickers

    Color-coding your organizing systems is super easy when you use these dot stickers. Just use a dot on the item and another of the same color where it belongs.

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    It also works with boxes when moving.

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  • Hanging Gift Bag Organizer

    This is the exact gift bag holder I use in my house. It’s meant to be hung on a closet rod, however, I hang it on an over-the-door hook. The pockets are sturdy and I love

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    how you can see all of the bags at the same time since the material is clear PVC.

    VIDEO: Organizing Gift Bags

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  • Wall Gift Wrap Organizer (Bottom)

    This is the bottom part to the gift wrap holder I use. When combined with the top part and mounted to the wall, gift wrap is extremely easy to access and the ends

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    do not get torn or ripped.

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  • Wall Gift Wrap Organizer (Top)

    There are tons of gift wrap organizers. However, I have found that most of them do not work effectively nor make it easy to retrieve the gift wrap. I use a two part

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    organizer mounted to the wall to contain my gift wrap (it’s seriously the best ever!). This is the top part.

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  • Wall-Mounted Magazine Rack

    This is the magazine rack I use inside my own home office. I like it because it allows me to only store 15 magazines at any given time. I use the one-in, one-out rule with

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    my magazines. It works perfectly.

    VIDEO: Exclusive Home Tour

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  • Mesh Drawer Organizers

    There are a plethora of drawer bins on the market. My favorite ones are these mesh ones. They come in various sizes and you can store all of your favorite office supplies

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    from pens to staples to sticky notes. They also work well in kitchen drawers for small kitchen gadgets.

    VIDEO: Exclusive Home Tour

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  • elfa Freestanding Drawers

    These are the freestanding drawers I use in my home office, pantry, bathroom, garage, and Ed’s closet. There is a reason why I have so many- they are simply the BEST!

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    The drawers slide like butter and come in different widths, depths, and heights. Yes, they are pricey but will literally last a lifetime.

    VIDEO: Post-It Note Organization

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  • Self-Adhesive Instant Wheels

    Okay, these wheels are AMAZING! Set aside any skepticism you have on “adhesive”- these bad boys actually stick and don’t come off. You can add these

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    wheels to laundry bins, furniture, safes, or anything you wish had wheels (they hold up to 200 lbs). One of the best products ever.

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  • The Sturdiest Hanging File Folders

    I’ve tried every hanging file folder on the market, these are the best ones. They are extremely sturdy and won’t tear or rip if the weight is too heavy. They come in seven

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    different colors and have matching interior file folders. By far, my favorite file folders.

    VIDEO: Best File Folders

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  • File Cart (Letter & Legal Sized)

    This is the filing cart I use in my home office. It’s the BEST filing cart. Since I’m a visual person, I like to keep everything ‘out’ so I know what I have. I also love this cart

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    because the wheels slide incredibly smoothly. Available in both letter and legal size.

    VIDEO: Favorite Filing Cart

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  • Stackable Home Office Paper Sorter

    I’ve used this paper sorter project after project without fail. The trays slide out nicely, there is a place for a label and they are even stackable. I love this sorter.

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  • Color-Coded Tabs For Labeling

    These tabs are great for color-coding the contents of your binders. I love the bright colors and they’re easy to stick on the top of your pages or dividers.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (Wide)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “Extra-Wide” dividers in all of my binders that have sheet protectors. Why? Because most, if not all, sheet protectors go beyond most standard size dividers thereby covering the dividers! In other words, most sheet protectors are too wide for standard sized dividers. So annoying! Problem solved with these “extra-wide” dividers!

    VIDEO: Recipe Organization

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (5-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    over and over) wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “5-tab” dividers for smaller (1 inch) binders that have fewer categories of papers.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (8-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (10-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “10-tab” dividers in my recipe binder for sorting recipes into: Appetizers, Soups/Salads, Pasta, Side Dishes, Main Dish, Meat/Chicken, Seafood, Marinades, Desserts/Breads, and Drinks.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (12-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (A to Z)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “A to Z” dividers in my business card binder for storing all of my contact’s business cards by company name. For example, a business card from Alejandra.tv would be filed behind the “A” divider!

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  • Binders For Non-Binder People

    If you hate binders, this “binder” is for you. It’s similar to a binder, minus the rings (therefore no hole punching necessary). You basically just “shove” the papers inside

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    the appropriate section and then close the “binder” with the elastic band. Ideal for kids (and adults!) who don’t like binders.

    VIDEO: Back to School Organization Tips: How to Organize Your Binder & Notes

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  • Organize Catalogs in a Binder

    I looooove organizing with binders! And that includes using binders to organize my catalogs! These nifty and hard-to-find organizers allow you to store catalogs,

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    pamphlets, booklets, and magazines into binders without hole punching anything! You just slip these plastic thing-ys (they have built in holes) inside the middle of the catalog and pop them into the binder. Super easy!

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Bathroom Organizing Products

  • Shower Curtain Liner with Storage

    This product is so cool, it’s a shower curtain with storage. However, I use it as the curtain liner and store extra bars of soap, my hair brush and comb. It also works well

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    for storing kids’ bath toys.

    VIDEO: Shower Organizing

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  • Slide N’ Stack Organizer

    This was the very first “pull-out cabinet organizer” I ever purchased. For the price you pay, it works excellent, slides smoothly, and comes in various sizes. It’s a total

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    bang for your buck! It’s also easy to install and can be used in both under the kitchen AND bathroom cabinets.

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  • Acrylic Makeup Organizer

    If you watch ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians” then you’ve seen the acrylic makeup organizer on each Kardashian bathroom counter! It looks so neat and

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    organized! This is the “affordable” version of the acrylic makeup organizer. The actual one they use is this one here. This specific acrylic organizer can also be used to store jewelry!

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  • Really Slim Rolling Cart

    This is the makeup cart I featured in my makeup organization video. I loooooove it! It’s super handy for rolling around the bathroom & it’s tiered so it holds lots of

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    stuff. It reminds me of those mobile stations at the nail salon!

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  • Over-The-Cabinet Door Organizers

    These organizers add even more storage to your bathroom cabinets by containing your frequently used items right on the door where they’re easy to grab.

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  • Under Cabinet Stackable Bins

    These are the bins I use under my bathroom cabinet. They are seriously the best ever because they maximize vertical space and they work perfectly around the

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    annoying bathroom pipe under the sink! #win!

    VIDEO: Bathroom Organization

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  • Power-Lock Suction Cups

    Talk about suction cups that actually stick! These suction cups are power-locked and are hard to remove when stuck. I’ve used them to hold my shower caddy in

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    place for 3 years and NOT once have they fallen down.

    VIDEO: Cool Shower Trick

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  • Around-the-Pipes Organizer

    I use this product under my kitchen sink and bathroom to maximize space. It’s adjustable to fit most cabinets and around the annoying pipes under the sink. Clever

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    invention that really works!

    VIDEO: Bathroom Cabinet Organization Tips

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  • Under-the-Sink Gliders

    Under the sink storage can be tricky. I’ve installed these gliders (drawers) under my sink and they work perfectly for my needs. They do make taller drawers to

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    maximize your space; you’ll have to measure your space accordingly and see what fits.

    VIDEO: Bathroom Organizing

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  • Over-The-Door Bungee Towel Rack

    This towel rack holds a lot of towels on the back of the door and is great for renters, students in dorm rooms, or anyone who doesn’t want to drill holes in the wall for

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    hooks.
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  • Long Over-The-Door Hooks

    These beautiful nickel over-the-door hooks are great because they’re extra long and have ball finials at the end, which keeps your towels from falling off. There’s also

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    a dual hook option, and a valet option that holds clothes on hangers.

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Garage/Car/Travel Organizing Products

  • Best Packing Cubes For Travel

    I started using packing cubes recently and whoaaaaa, what a difference in how organized I feel! Sorting items by category into cubes while traveling makes packing,

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    unpacking, and getting dressed so much easier and faster. Not to mention, they are total space savers in the suitcase. There is nothing like feeling efficient when you travel!

    VIDEO: How to Pack a Carry On Suitcase

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  • Indestructible Envelope For Travel

    If you are traveling with documents (folders, print-outs, books, magazines, passport, checks), this is the best way to store them while on the move! This is a weather-proof

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    (won’t get wet or melt!) and indestructible poly-envelope that’s made from vinyl and perfect for all types of documents! The zipper is extra-smooth, the outside can be labeled, the material is smooth (not “sticky” like other vinyl), it comes in two-sizes, AND it’s fold-able when not in use!

    VIDEO: How to Pack Travel Documents

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  • Leak-Proof Travel Bottles

    These leak-proof travel-sized bottles are perfect for carrying small amounts of shower toiletries such as shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face wash, lotion,

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    etc. This particular brand travel bottle has tight, leak-proof lids that actually stay closed while in transit!

    VIDEO: How to Pack Toiletries for Travel

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  • Leak-Proof Travel Jars

    These leak-proof travel-sized jars are perfect for carrying small amounts of creamy type cosmetics like face lotion, eye cream, petroleum jelly, vapor rub, etc.

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    This particular brand travel bottle has tight, leak-proof lids that actually stay closed while in transit!

    VIDEO: How to Pack Toiletries for Travel

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  • Leak-Proof Dropper Bottles

    These leak-proof travel-sized dropper bottles are perfect for carrying small amounts of liquid toiletries such as eye make-up remover, contact solution,

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    body/face oils, toner, etc. This particular brand travel bottle has tight, leak-proof lids that actually stay closed while in transit!

    VIDEO: How to Pack Toiletries for Travel

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  • Travel-Sized Bottle Labels

    If you don’t have a label maker to label your travel-sized bottles, this is the next best thing! Just stick one of these labels on your bottle and you’re good to go! And no, they

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    don’t wash off in the water.

    VIDEO: How to Pack Toiletries for Travel

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  • Smooth Rolling Carry-On Bag

    This is the rolling bag I showed in my suitcase packing video! It’s a really smooth rolling (think butter!) carry-on bag + chair in one (you can sit on the bag while waiting

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    at the airport!) How cool?! WARNING: This bag is super expensive. But it’s made to last a lifetime.

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  • Clear Travel Bags

    These travel bags are super fun! Not only are they clear (so you can see what you have) but they also have smooth zipping zippers!

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  • Stackable Handled Baskets

    Deep spaces are tough to organize. The trick is using stackable bins with handles so you can easily access contents at the bottom. These are the bins I use in my

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    ever-so-deep, deep freezer. They work beautifully!

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  • Heavy-Duty Utility Bins

    These are the bins I showed in my “How to Organize Bulk Items” video in my storage room! They are GREAT for heavy duty items as they are super sturdy and

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    hold up extremely well. They also have a flat bottom so bottles and other objects stand still without falling over (unlike wicker baskets)! They are ideal for storage rooms, in the garage, or even in the trunk of your car.

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  • Sturdiest Folding Crates

    If you want a sturdy crate that folds perfectly when not in use, these are the ones for you. They come in multiple colors and “snap” into place making them my

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    favorite crates on the market.

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  • Large Size Car Organizer

    Cars are hard to keep organized, period. This organizer holds a good amount of stuff (has lots of pockets) and can be used in both the front seat or back seat (slips

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    over the headrest).

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Productivity Tools

  • My Favorite Timer (iPad App)

    The iPad version of my favorite timer has 3 different modes & displays a large beautiful customizable timer that can repeat 16x to complete several tasks in a row. It also

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    helps keep meetings on track.

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  • My Favorite Timer (iPhone App)

    This is the app form of the physical version of my favorite timer. It is works on devices running iOS. This timer is great for anyone with ADHD or Autism.

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  • My Favorite Timer (12″ Size)

    This timer is very easy to see across any room and helps keep you on track while you do tasks and chores in school or around the house as the colored portion

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    elapses.

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  • My Favorite Timer (3″ Size)

    This timer will change the way you think about time and is an essential tool for staying organized and productive. This is the 3″ model which is easy to travel with.

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Kids Organizing Products

  • Alejandra’s Photo Labels

    Make labeling your organizing systems easier and more fun with photo labels! Instantly download and print 400+ Photo Labels designed by Alejandra. As seen on

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    HGTV’s Clean Freaks.

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  • Best Folding Tool For Kids

    This folding tool will help you teach your kids how to keep their clothes organized. It’s designed to be the just the right size for their smaller clothes.

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  • Berenstain Bears & The Messy Room

    This book will allow your children to glean lessons on the good habits of organizing and team work. In this story, the room shared by Brother and Sister bear is a

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    mess because instead of working together, the cubs argue over who should tidy it up.

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  • Berenstain Bears Get Organized

    The Berenstain Bears – Get Organized DVD features six charming adventures, all of which emphasize that working together, listening to each other and pitching in are

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    the perfect solutions that families can use to find a balance in their daily lives.

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Organizing Tools & Gadgets

  • The Label Maker I Currently Use

    This is my new favorite label maker because it makes extra large labels and can print fun symbols. This is the latest version of the one that I use.

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  • The Label Maker I Used to Use

    This is the label maker that I use for all my organizing systems. You can use all different colors of label tape which makes labeling fun!

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  • Label Tape (White – 6mm)

    If you’re looking to place a label on something small like the top of the kitchen drawer or dresser drawer, this is the tape you need! It’s 6mm thick which fits exact.

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    This particular size tape comes in both black text on white tape AND black text on clear tape.

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  • Label Tape (Clear – 6mm)

    If you’re looking to place a label on something small like the top of the kitchen drawer or dresser drawer, this is the tape you need! It’s 6mm thick which fits exact.

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    This particular size tape comes in both black text on white tape AND black text on clear tape.

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  • Label Tape (White – 12mm)

    If you’re looking for “standard” size label tape- this is the most basic kind you’ll find. It’s 1/2 inch thick with black text on white. This is the most common, popular, and

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    cheapest label tape you’ll find.

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  • Label Tape (Clear – 12mm)

    If the white background part of the label bothers you, check out this label tape. It’s black text on clear tape. This is the most standard size you’ll find- 1/2″ thick. I use

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    black on clear for labeling a lot of solid color things like file folders and colored file tabs.

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  • Label Tape (White – 12mm)

    I use this red text on white tape for labeling that are vital and/or super important. Think “warning”, “cautious”, “danger”, etc. The red text on the label definitely pops and stands

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    out.

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  • Label Tape (Yellow – 12mm)

    I use this black text on yellow tape for labeling things I want to stand out. Think wires, cords, electronics, etc. This bright yellow tape is excellent for

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    labeling wires behind furniture as it totally stands out in dark corners!

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  • Label Tape (Pink – 12mm)

    I use this white text on pink tape for labeling anything and everything girly! It’s just a fun pink tape. And if you have kids, this color is fun for girls’ closets and/or toy

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    rooms.

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  • Label Tape (Turquoise – 18mm)

    This is a really pretty turquoise label tape that is perfect for labeling Christmas storage bins or Halloween storage bins. It’s also perfect for the person whose favorite

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    color is turquoise!

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  • Label Tape (Blue – 18mm)

    This is a really pretty blue label tape that is perfect for labeling a boy’s room, the kids toy room, or for Hanukkah storage bins. It’s also perfect for the person whose

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    favorite color is sky blue!

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  • Label Tape (Orange – 18mm)

    If you’re looking for thick neon/fluorescent orange label tape, this is it. This is the exact color of a construction cone (it looks dull in the picture. However, it’s neon in

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    real life!)! It’s perfect for labeling tools in the garage, Halloween storage bins, or anything you want to stand out. It’s also perfect for the person whose favorite color is really bright orange!

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  • Label Tape (White – 24mm)

    If you’ve seen jumbo sized labels in my organizing videos, this is the tape I used! This is probably my favorite label tape because it’s just so stinking big! And

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    sometimes when labels are so ginormous,
    it’s just more fun! Plus, they are hard to miss, meaning things might actually get put away with a jumbo label in your face!

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  • Label Tape (Yellow – Flexible ID)

    If you are looking for label tape to wrap around your cables, this is the tape to use (FYI: regular label tape won’t stay wrapped!) Just a warning, it’s hard to wrap

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    label tape (even the flexible ID type) on really thick cords (like your computer power supply cord if you have a PC). It’s easier on normal rounded cables. It’s also hard to label the cord with the printed text on either side of the “wrap.” Other than that, it wraps really nicely! This particular tape will work with most standard size P-Touch label makers! 

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  • Museum Putty

    Okay, so I always talk about museum putty in my organizing videos. This is it! This magical “organizing tool” keeps bins, baskets, dividers, and containers in place

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    when stuck to the bottom. The best thing about using putty is it prevents bins from sliding or moving when items inside are accessed! A must-have around the house for organizing projects.

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  • Instantly Fix Wobbly Tables

    Everyone hates a wobbly table. These wedges instantly “level” any wobbly table, piece of furniture, or appliance. Fits any size gap and can be stacked for “bigger”

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    wobbles! I keep one of these in my purse for wobbly tables at restaurants!

    VIDEO: Best Organizing Gadgets

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  • How to Easily Move 3200 lbs!

    Everyone needs to have these. They help you move heavy furniture weighing up to 3200 pounds (no joke)! All you do is put these things under the thing you’re moving

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    (works on both carpet and hardwoods) and simply push (they slide like butter!). One of the greatest “organizing” inventions yet.

    VIDEO: Best Organizing Gadgets

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Back-to-School Supplies

  • The Best Binders (All Sizes)

    These are the binders I always use for my organizing projects. They come in bright, fun colors and have rubber seams that don’t rip like most binders!

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  • Rainbow Ticonderoga Pencils

    I never knew a good pencil until I tried a Ticonderoga pencil last year! Something about them makes writing in pencil so smooth with an eraser that actually erases

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    instead of smearing the lead! AND… they come in neon rainbow colors!! #totalWIN!

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  • Rainbow Envelopes

    One of the things I always had as a kid in my desk was my own set of envelopes for writing letters to pen pals or friends that or friends that moved away. I recently

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    discovered envelopes that come in rainbow colors that make it 10x more fun to send snail mail! These particular ones have the nice “quick strip” sticker to seal the envelope!

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  • Rainbow File Folders

    If you are looking for the best “bang for your buck” when it comes to file folders, you’re looking for these! They come in all colors and in boxes of 25.

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    While they aren’t the “sturdiest,” they are functional and do the job of a hanging file folder at a reasonable cost. If you are looking for the “sturdiest” file folders, these are my all-time favorite ones: The Sturdiest Hanging File Folders

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  • Student File Box

    Setting up a file box for your kids is never a bad idea because 1) it gives them a home for all of their school papers, important documents, awards, small pieces of

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    artwork, etc and; 2) it teaches them about order and organization at a young age. The perfect “filing cabinet” for your kiddos is something small and mobile like this portable file box that holds a good amount of letter-size files. This particular file box is also ideal for those always on the go that work out of their car!

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  • Desk Drawer Dividers

    If you are looking for affordable drawer organizers for your kids’ desks, these are awesome!! They come 2 or 3 to a pack (depending upon size), are non-ventilated

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    (no holes in the sides!), and are actually sturdy for the price you pay of $1! They come in clear and blue and have interlocks at the top so each organizer connects to another! If you have Dollar Tree near you, these are must-haves for kids’ desks at home or at college!

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  • Best Notebook for Picky People

    Taking good notes in school is critical to getting good grades! And it’s always easier to take better notes with a good notebook! This is my favorite notebook because 1) it

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    has wide margins (I’m a lefty), 2) it has dark lines (it’s easier to write on dark lines), 3) it has a box to fill in today’s date 4) it has a highlighted section at the bottom for calling out certain things like homework or action items and; 5) it has clean perforated edges when removing paper from the notebook. It’s the only notebook I use!! Comes in pink, yellow, and black! I use pink when I can find it (it’s often out-of-stock!).

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  • My Favorite Highlighter

    Yes, I have a favorite highlighter and it’s this one here! When it comes to highlighting, I prefer the thinner “pen-style” highlighters over the big thick highlighters.

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    Why? The thinner ones only highlight one line of text as opposed to 1.5 lines! I also only stick to yellow highlighters. As boring as that sounds, all of the other colored highlighters (e.g., green, blue, purple, orange) seem to be too dark and hide the text instead of highlighting it! Yellow is perfect. I also sometimes use pink.

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  • My Favorite Markers

    These are my all-time favorite markers! Why? Because of the tip. They’re thin enough to write small with them while being thick enough to write big with them!

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  • My Favorite Pen

    I’m so picky when it comes to the type of pen I use! However, this pen is perfect!! It’s incredibly smooth, doesn’t smear (I’m a lefty), easy to hold, and has a nice fine tip.

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    It’s my favorite everyday pen! The only problem is that it only comes in black, blue, and red (I so wish it came in all colors of the rainbow!).

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  • My Favorite Sticky Notes

    I’m such a sticky note person! I have sticky notes in all sizes and colors of the rainbow! These are my favorite brand sticky notes as they stick the best without falling off.

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  • Sturdiest Locker Shelf

    This locker shelf is strong enough to hold several heavy books and adds two shelves to the bottom of your locker to take advantage of vertical space.

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  • Alejandra’s Photo Labels

    Make labeling your organizing systems easier and more fun with photo labels! Instantly download and print 400+ Photo Labels designed by Alejandra. As seen on

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    HGTV’s Clean Freaks.

    VIDEO: Organized Home Tour

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  • Color-Coded Tabs For Labeling

    These tabs are great for color-coding the contents of your binders. I love the bright colors and they’re easy to stick on the top of your pages or dividers.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (Wide)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “Extra-Wide” dividers in all of my binders that have sheet protectors. Why? Because most, if not all, sheet protectors go beyond most standard size dividers thereby covering the dividers! In other words, most sheet protectors are too wide for standard sized dividers. So annoying! Problem solved with these “extra-wide” dividers!

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (5-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    over and over) wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “5-tab” dividers for smaller (1 inch) binders that have fewer categories of papers.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (8-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (10-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “10-tab” dividers in my recipe binder for sorting recipes into: Appetizers, Soups/Salads, Pasta, Side Dishes, Main Dish, Meat/Chicken, Seafood, Marinades, Desserts/Breads, and Drinks.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (12-Tab)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up.

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  • Color-Coded Dividers (A to Z)

    These are my all-time favorite binder dividers! Why? They are beautifully color-coded, sturdy (which means they can be reused over and over), and they come in a

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    wide variety of sizes to perfectly “fit” the type of binder you’re setting up. For example, I use the “A to Z” dividers in my business card binder for storing all of my contact’s business cards by company name. For example, a business card from Alejandra.tv would be filed behind the “A” divider!

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  • Binders For Non-Binder People

    If you hate binders, this “binder” is for you. It’s similar to a binder, minus the rings (therefore no hole punching necessary). You basically just “shove” the papers inside

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    the appropriate section and then close the “binder” with the elastic band. Ideal for kids (and adults!) who don’t like binders.

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Laundry Organizing Products

  • Sturdiest & Best Quality Hamper

    I’m not one to spend a lot of money on a place to put dirty clothes. However, a few years ago I was desperate to find a hamper that actually looked nice due to only having

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    space to keep the hamper displayed in the bedroom and not hidden in the closet. This particular hamper is beautiful, functional, super easy to clean, and super smooth (it’s not made of wicker that pulls the clothes or has sharp material). While it is costly, this is one of those hampers, you’ll be able to use for life. If you add “instant wheels” to the bottom (which is what I do), you can easily roll it on hardwoods!

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  • No Ironing Board Needed

    If you have a small laundry closet (or no laundry space at all), you’ll appreciate this “iron mat” that saves space (it rolls up like a fruit roll-up) and replaces the need to buy a

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    bulky ironing board! And yes, it really does work!

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  • Heat-Resistant Iron Organizer

    If you find yourself always waiting to put the hot iron back once it cools off, but then forgetting to put it back to find it still in the same place days later, this is what you

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    NEED! It’s a heat-resistant wall-mounted iron organizer that you can literally put your iron back scorching hot and nothing will burn or melt! This particular iron organizer also holds the iron perfectly in place (it won’t fall off) while also having really sturdy built-in hooks for your ironing board. 

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  • Best Fuzzball Remover

    If you have fuzzballs on your clothes, this little tool is for YOU! This handy fabric shaver removes all of those unwanted pills with ease. It is oh-so simple to use and

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    comes with different attachments that can even be used on your delicate clothes & fabrics!

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  • Really Slim Rolling Cart

    This is the makeup cart I featured in my makeup organization video. I loooooove it! It’s super handy for rolling around the bathroom & it’s tiered so it holds lots of

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    stuff. It reminds me of those mobile stations at the nail salon!

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  • Wall-Mounted Hanger Valet

    I have two of these valets near my laundry area to air-dry wet laundry. These valets allow the clothes to dry in the right shape while on hangers to minimize wrinkles.

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    They also save space by folding upright along the wall when not in use.

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  • Best Folding Tool for Tshirts

    If you’ve ever wondered how retail stores get the “perfect” fold in shirts and pants, look no further. The secret is folding with the “Flip & Fold.”  Not only do they make a

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    “normal” size, but they make a small size for folding kiddie clothes.

    VIDEO: How To Fold T-Shirts

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  • Retractable Clothesline

    This little device is the modern solution to back-yard clothes lines. It’s just like the ones you see in many hotels. It’s great for hang-drying wet clothes and towels in your

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    bathroom.

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  • Sturdiest Laundry Cart

    If you need a laundry cart, you have to buy commercial grade so it won’t wobble or have parts falling off (I learned this the hard way). Although this one is pricier than

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    others, it’ll last a lifetime.

    VIDEO: Donation Station

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Cleaning Supplies

  • Toilet Brush & Rinse Cup

    These are the toilet brush and rinse cups I use inside my cleaning caddy! They are basic, simple, and get the job done! They’re sold at Dollar Tree in a pack of 4 for just

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    one dollar!

    VIDEO: How to Organize a Cleaning Kit

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  • Toilet Brush Cleaner

    This is the toilet brush I have in my cleaning caddy. It’s basic, it’s one of the cheapest ones on the market, it has a mini brush at the top for cleaning the rim of

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    the toilet, and it just plain works! The only “con” about this brush is that it doesn’t clean the toilet for you, haha 🙂

    VIDEO: How to Organize a Cleaning Kit

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  • Microfiber All-Purpose Cloth

    These are the blue microfiber cloths I have in my cleaning caddy and all over my home for all-purpose cleaning! I use them for cleaning pretty much everything around the

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    home except cleaning mirrors (I use a glass microfiber cloth) and stainless steel (I use a stainless steel microfiber cloth). They work well, they aren’t too thick (I prefer thinner cloths), and the price is reasonable. NOTE: If you buy these in-store at Home Depot (as opposed to Amazon), the price is basically cut in half at $0.37 per cloth!

    VIDEO: How to Organize a Cleaning Kit

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  • Microfiber Stainless Steel Cloth

    This is the microfiber stainless steel cloth I use to clean anything stainless from the refrigerator to the trash can! I’ve found that this cloth works best damp with a little bit of

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    plain water! This cloth is kept under the kitchen sink as this is where it’s used most!

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  • Microfiber Glass Cloth

    This is the microfiber glass cloth I use to clean mirrors, shower doors, and anything else glass around the house! It works well, It works well, it’s durable, and it doesn’t

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    leave messy streaks! 🙂 Oh, and… it already comes labeled “Glass Cloth” on the back!

    VIDEO: How to Organize a Cleaning Kit

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  • Best Cleaning Caddy

    After several hours of researching cleaning caddies, this is the one I found to be the best, use, and absolutely LOVE! It’s a good size, has a flat bottom, has a fixed handle,

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    and has nice size compartments so things don’t move or slide around!! AND… it was the cheapest I found for $2.68 at Walmart!! Note: The link for this product is for a case of 6 🙁 However, in-store at Walmart, it is $2.68!

    VIDEO: How to Organize a Cleaning Kit

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  • Microfiber Car Duster

    This is the fun duster I keep in the side door compartment of my car! And when I’m sitting in traffic or at a red light, I quickly grab it and dust my dashboard (while

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    making sure to keep my foot tightly on the brake)! It’s the perfect size, it works well, and it’s FUN! This particular duster is from Amazon, however, I found mine (same color, same brand) at Ross on clearance for $1.99. Total steal!!

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  • Alejandra’s Vacuum Cleaner

    This is the vacuum cleaner I have. It’s my first Dyson and it’s worth every penny! Why? It actually picks up EVERYTHING you vacuum, the attachments are easy to

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    use, it’s great with pet hair, and the canister is extremely easy to empty without the dust and dirt flying everywhere. I have to say, it’s actually fun to vacuum when you have a good vacuum cleaner! 🙂

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  • All-Natural Bathroom Cleaner

    This is the bathroom cleaner we use at our house. It’s organic, it doesn’t contain harsh chemicals, it’s safe for pets and kids, AND it doesn’t leave that “hard to breathe”

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    feeling after you clean the bathroom. However, the one thing I’ve noticed with “natural cleaners” is that they aren’t so great for heavily-soiled areas (e.g., mold, mildew). Instead, they are ideal for lightly-soiled spots. So, if you’re the person who cleans the bathroom once a month or every two months, this isn’t the cleaner for you. However, if you’re the person who cleans the bathroom weekly or every two weeks, this natural cleaner will work just fine! 🙂 P.S. – All the reviews say the smell is strong and vinegar-y – I disagree. I think the smell is just fine!

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  • All-Natural All-Purpose Cleaner

    This is the all-purpose cleaner we use at our house. It’s organic, it doesn’t contain harsh chemicals, it’s safe for pets and kids, AND it doesn’t leave that “hard to breathe”

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    feeling after you clean the house. However, the one thing I’ve noticed with “natural cleaners” is that they aren’t so great for heavily-soiled areas (e.g., mold, mildew). Instead, they are ideal for lightly-soiled spots. So, if you’re the person who cleans the house once a month or every two months, this isn’t the cleaner for you. However, if you’re the person who cleans the house weekly or every two weeks, this natural cleaner will work just fine! 🙂 P.S. – All the reviews say the smell is strong and vinegar-y – I disagree. I think the smell is just fine!

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  • Remove Sticky Residue

    If you need to remove sticky residue (e.g., gum, residue from sticker price tags, tape, etc), this is the solution for you! GooGone literally wipes away sticky residue in a

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    couple of swipes. It also works for removing crayon, lipstick, mascara, oil, blood, grease, and shoe polish. If you don’t need a big bottle of this, Dollar Tree sells a mini version for $1 🙂

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  • Soap Dispenser & Sponge Holder

    This is the soap dispenser and sponge holder I use at the kitchen sink. I searched forever to find a dispenser with a good pump where the soap doesn’t get stuck…

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    and this is it!! The soap dispenser is easy to open, easy to fill, large enough where you don’t have to constantly refill it, the pump works beautifully without getting stuck, AND it has a built-in sponge holder. This product is 5-star!!

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  • Best Hooks to Hang Cleaning Tools

    These are the best hooks for hanging cleaning tools in the garage and/or laundry room (e.g., mop, broom, duster, and/or anything with a handle)! The hooks are

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    easy-to-install, sturdy, non-slip, and can be used in two ways – hung on the hook or through the loop (and yes, when you hang something through the loop, it actually stays!!).

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  • Mini Step-Stool for Closets

    This is the step-stool I keep in my bedroom closet for accessing hard-to-reach items! It always comes in handy, it’s lightweight, it’s sturdy, and it’s folds up nicely to maximize

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    space. The below link goes to Amazon. However, I purchased mine at HomeGoods at $9.99 (same brand, similar color and pattern). I’ve also seen the same step stool at Marshalls, Ross, and TJMaxx (the brand is The Macbeth Collection).

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