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If you find yourself searching through your junk drawer for batteries only to find every kind except the one you need, or you frequently find old batteries that no longer charge in your home, you need this convenient battery organizer from Odin & Company.

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If you’ve ever wanted one super affordable item that can solve small household jobs in seconds, zip ties should be on your shopping list. These unassuming fasteners have plenty of genius uses to help you organize your home.

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If you’ve been tidying up after a Marie Kondo Netflix binge or you’re gearing up for spring cleaning, it’s probably time to tackle the junk drawer, organize your utensils, or coordinate your socks once and for all. These customer favorite drawer organizers from Amazon will help you get the j…

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If you’ve been binge watching Tidying Up with Marie Kondo while you spend extra time inside to avoid the cold, you might have looked around your space and been more annoyed than usual at that cluttered junk drawer or messy bathroom cabinet. If you’re not willing to wait around for Marie Kond…

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With more televisions, speakers, smart home assistants, phones, laptops, and tablets than ever in our homes, we also have more cables and cords. Even the cleanest rooms can look more cluttered with exposed cables, and twisted, knotted cords can become a confusing mess. That’s where this flex…

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When you have multiple kids sharing one bathroom, chaos usually ensues. From preventing mixed up toothbrushes to hair ties and bobby pin disappearances, keeping your children’s bathroom organized is no easy task. These cute kids’ bathroom organizers will make you feel up to the challenge:

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Even if you love your iPhone, you probably don’t love the charging cable. Apple may be known for smart design, but their constantly frayed cables miss the mark. If you’re looking for a more durable alternative, beat the fraying epidemic with these highly-rated iPhone charging cables.

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The idea of living in a 250 square foot tiny home might make you nervous, but even if you’re not ready to make the leap to little square footage you should be stealing some organization tricks. Whether you’re living in a modestly-sized apartment or a large family home, extra storage always helps.

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Whether you’re trying to make the most of your starter home, love reducing your footprint and living a more minimalist life, or need space saving solutions for your studio, these smart products will help you find extra room in places you never expected.