ORGANIZATIONAL GIFTS: A GIFT GUIDE
Lovers of Being Organized Best Gift Guide
So I am going to be completely honest and tell you right now I am not naturally organized person.
I have to really try to be organized so I would have loved this list so I knew what my really organized friends wanted.
If you are looking for some Brilliant Gifts for Organized Lovers then you are definitely going to love these, they are so practical, so handy and some are just so darn cute.
Gift Wrap Organizer
With the holiday season upon us what a perfect gift this would be for you organizer lover as we all know trying to store gift wrap is a nightmare, it gets squashed and crumbled.
This machine to makes labels in unbelievable, it makes gorgeous looking labels in paper or vinyl decals and if labeling everything from the Kitchen to Bathroom is your thing then this is the perfect machine.
Make Up Organizer Clear Drawers
These draws are perfect for the bathroom especially if you have girls as it can organize hair ties, brushes, hair products, hair clips or you can use it for make-up as it is clear, it is perfect as you see what is in the draws so no need to pull the whole thing out and make a mess.
These organizing caddies are a must for most people as you can have 1 in the bathroom, 1 in the Kitchen, 1 in the garage and just about anywhere in the house, they come in a variety of colors so that would be a great idea for different rooms in the house. Yu can fill them with practical things like scissors, tape, pencil, screw-drivers or you can put your laundry supplies in them.
Brother Smartphone Label Maker
A label maker is probably on the top of the gift list as it can be used for so many things, even to label the kids clothes (you just have to buy the fabric tape) My sister loves to label everything in her kitchen and it does look pretty impressive I must say. You can label, containers, the clear drawers we talk about, baskets, Closet Boxes.
Rolling Storage Cart
Rolling carts are a must, I always thought they were a little out of place but now that you can get some really nice looking ones they are really practical and look fab. They are really handing next to a desk so for a crafter they would be perfect or even in the kids play room you could have all the kids essentials like, pens, crayons, paper, glue, texta, cards oh the list is endless as to what you can put in them. If you get a few they do look great together and so very organized.
High Speed Scanner
A scanner is very important if you are trying to go paperless. You really want one that is portable and can scan easily and quickly so a high speed one would be my best bet.
Vacuum Storage Bags
Storage Bags are not only great if you want to be organized when you travel but they are perfect for storing items around the house. The vacuum seal ones are great to pack away winter clothes when summer is here and vice versa, you can store sheets and bed linen. I know I have different sheets and duvets for the different weather and they can be quite bulky so being able to vacuum seal them away. They will take up less space but also you can put a sprig of lavender in there to keep them smelling nice.
Even though I am not the most organized person I definitely use a laminator as you know I make Lunch notes for my kids and I do like to Laminate them so I can reuse them but also so I can write on them and then I can wipe them off and write something different next time. I also laminate the kids chore charts and during the holiday I also laminate these Christmas notes.
Books To Help with Motivation To Be Organized
I love a physical book, something about holding it and being able to flick to any page is what I love.
Here is a list of books that are on my top 10 list and would be wonderful gifts for the organizer in your life.
The Manual for Bringing Order in to Your Life by Martha Stewart
Trust Martha to help you master all things organizing—sorting, purging, tidying, and simplifying your life—with smart solutions and inspiration. In this book Martha offers her best guidance, methods, and DIY projects for organizing in and around your home.
Room-by-room strategies (how to sort office paperwork, when to purge the garage or attic),
Seasonal advice (when to swap out bedding and clothing, how to put away holiday decorations),
Day-by-day or week-by-week plans for projects such as decluttering, house cleaning, creating a filing system, overhauling the closet, and more.
With all her expertise she walks you through goal-setting, principles of organizing, useful supplies, and creating systems for ongoing success.
She even shows you a glimpse of her own personal calendars offers a template for scheduling essential tasks. Last, plenty of strategies, how-to’s, timelines, and checklists will help you stay organized all year long.
Atomic Habits by James Clear will reshape the way you think about progress and success, and give you the tools and strategies you need to transform your habits–whether you are a team looking to win a championship, an organization hoping to redefine an industry, or simply an individual who wishes to quit smoking, lose weight, reduce stress, or achieve any other goal.
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying-Up
These books are a must to help you get yourself in the right head space, and what better time than now to get started with this.