19 Gifts That Will Help A Messy Person Get More Organized
"I love you, but you're not very organized."
There is always at least one person in the family who is messy and disorganized. In my family, that person is me. As a frequently disorganized person, I speak for all messy people when I say that we don’t mean to be so messy. Sometimes we just don’t know how to become more organized.
So if a loved one in your life isn’t the tidiest person in the world, my suggestion would be to get them one of these passive-aggressive “kidding but not” get-yourself-together-and-get-organized gifts. Who knows – it may spark a new cleaning spree.
1. Grocery And Meal Planner
Giving somebody this gift allows them to properly plan out their meals for the week, along with the groceries they’ll need. By deciding these things ahead of time, the stress you feel about figuring out what to eat for dinner will no longer be a thing.
2. Bluetooth Tracking Tag
Keep easy-to-misplace items on your radar with this Bluetooth-powered rosewood tag and companion app.
3. Battery Organizer
This brilliantly simple product holds up to 82 different size batteries, and includes a battery tester.
82 Battery Organizer, $11.85
4. Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up Book
The Japanese Art of decluttering and organizing is the perfect type of passive-aggressive gift you can get for that messy person you know.
5. Tea Stand Tea Bag Organizer
TeaStand is the only cabinet organizer for tea bags! Store 100+ tea bags in the dark, dry cabinet to protect flavors and eliminate box clutter. Measuring just over 5 inches (13,0 cm) wide, the sleek, lightweight design is easy to grab and move anywhere.
Tea Stand 100 Bag Tea Organizer, $34.99
6. Multi-Device Charging Station
Charging all of your devices in one place allows less chargers you have to keep track of, and helps you keep all of your devices together instead of charging them at different places all over the house.
7. Stackable Lunch Pot
These durable bins save space, keep your lunch options organized and decrease your chances of spillage.
Stackable Lunch Pot, $24
8. Expandable Dish Rack
Help eliminate a messy kitchen with this dish rack that expands as far as you want it to go. With a removable steel rack, you can organize your dishes as they dry in any way you’d like.
Expandable Dish Rack, $55
9. Toy Hammock
If you have kids who are known to leave their toys all around the house, this hammock is a simple solution for a cluttered floor. Install the hammock low enough for them to reach it and they can get/put away toys all by themselves.
Mini Owls Storage Hammock, $12.98
10. Closet Doubler Clothing Rack
I have one of these racks hanging in my closet and it is a lifesaver. Just simply hang the rack up and you instantly have another place to put all of your clothes.
11. Refrigerator Shelves
These easy to install shelves instantly add extra space to your fridge, and their transparency allows you to see exactly what is in which drawer.
Slide Kitchen Space Saver, $7.99
12. Wall Wine Bar
Amaze your guests with a fancy wine bar without taking up any counter space. This wine bar goes onto your wall and even includes glass racks for up to 6 wine glasses.
Wall Wine Bar, $289.99
13. Carousel Utensil Set
Never wonder where your kitchen utensils went again with this unique carousel set. Designed to take up a minimal amount of counter space, it also helps keep your kitchen as organized as possible. (Utensils are included.)
14. Closet Boot Stand
Everybody has or at least is familiar with shoe rack organizers, but the slots that your shoes are supposed to go in are usually too small for boots. If you’re like me and own several pairs of boots, this organizer will be perfect.
Closet Boot Stand, $16.99
15. Lid Organizer
When organizing your pots and pans in the kitchen, people usually tend to forget about the lids, and just stack them the best they can. This organizer solves that problem and takes up no extra space in your cabinets.
Wall Door Mounted Pot Lid Rack, $14.87
16. Days Of The Week File Folders
Keep your office organized with these files folders, labeled for the days of the week. If you know you have a lot on your plate for a certain week, break down your tasks with the help of these folders.
Knock Knock File Folders, $14.97
17. Closet Hangers
After you’ve organized all of your clothes, don’t forget about the accessories! This handy hanger can be used to hang up your ties, scarfs, belts, etc.
18. Mom’s Manager Calendar
Know a mom who could use a personal secretary? This calendar is the closest thing to it, as it has a large grid and options to write down the schedules of each family member individually. Plus, it comes with stickers.
Mom’s Manager Wall Calendar, $7.40
19. Cleaning And Mopping Shoes
Kill two birds with one stone by wearing these shoes while you walk around your kitchen, and it’ll be the easiest way to clean the floor.
Slipper Genie Dusting Shoes, $7.88
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