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15 Things Organized People Have in Their Homes

If searching for your keys is a part of your morning ritual, it's time to break the cycle. Being organized is more than just a personality trait, it's a lifestyle decision that's easier to achieve if you stock your home with the right tools. These 15 clutter-busting essentials will make your days feel longer and less stressful. Cheers to that!
Source: Jessica Pages

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  1. Good ideas. Wanna get the ceramic egg racks so that I can keep my accessories nicely. :)

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    1. I need them too! My drawers are stuffed!

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  2. i really admire these kind of deko...

    systematic...

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  3. I have pretty much all except the Pegboards. They look cute, for decoration too. Should get myself one for my room.. :)

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  4. Thanks a lot for all these useful tips!
    I totally need the drawer organizer!

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  5. THanks for all the tips.. Need it desperately!

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  6. thanks for sharing...will share with my friends who need it badly...hehe

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  7. These are really great ideas to even get some messy people organised! Loving the tips

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  8. First of all let me say your blog is amazing and the post is nearly laid out.
    These Ideas are amazing, a few of them my family have implemented them and they are amazing, the Jars and the Folderable (labeled) boxes, i had my shoes put in the boxes and slid them under the bed.
    What caught my attention and i'd love to have is the magnetic knife holder and the shelf divers

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  9. I have OCD and love to organise my stuff, except that I don't have the time to do so. Nonetheless, these are really neat ideas that I could adopt.

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    1. I'm disorganized and I found these ideas amazing too!

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  10. I have OCD and love to organise my stuff, except that I don't have the time to do so. Nonetheless, these are really neat ideas that I could adopt.

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  11. Great post! I organized my drawer using boxes too, but my kids mess all the things inside everyday. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ haha

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  12. am so getting Ceramic Egg Racks! looks so cute. surely helpful for me to organize my earrings! :D

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  13. i have alot of drawer organizers and shelves dividers to sort out the stuff :D but sometimes it seems kinda space consuming

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  14. OMG
    I am not the most organised person on earth but I still want to have all those you have mentioned. So neat!

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  15. Perfect timing! been looking for some ideas to rearrange my interior. thank you!

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  16. Thanks for the tips and suggestions. I have some of it but there are a lot more I need to buy. Its time to get organized.

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  17. this is so brilliant never even thought of it before.. especially that knives magnetic keeper and shelve dividers

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  18. Too perfectly organized! What a cool idea to deco my house later on. But the pegboards and magnetic knife board had me a lil bit worry. :P

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    1. Hahaha as long as the kids are kept away, it should ok

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  19. i have that key catchall because i dont like hanging them. hehe..nice tips btw :)

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  20. Is good for me who are quite OCD when come to organise >< haha! Definitely a good tips to know =D

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    1. Great for people who are disorganized like me!

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  21. I not organized person and my boyfriend always complain our room so messy. Hehe. I usually will clean and arrange it accordingly but after 1 week it become messy. haha

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    1. It's important to remember to put things where they belong. I'm guilty of not doing that!

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  22. big fan of drawer organizers.. very important to keep our space in order.

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  23. i don't own many of these things, i guess i'm really far from being organised

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  24. Wow! I love your post sharing here, very useful and creative ideas :) thanks ya
    Cheers, SiennyLovesDrawing

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  25. Thanks for sharing and photo well taken! =)

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