Latest and Greatest Organizing Products (NAPO Organizing Expo 2010)

 

  • Love lists and don’t want to reinvent them? Then ListPlanIt is for you!   I was thrilled to meet Jennifer Tankersley and purchase a professional subscription to ListPlanIt.   To quote their website, “ It is a place where those who simply love lists and those in need of a little assistance in mental organization can both find what they need.”  Purchase it at www.listplanit.com
  • For organizing knick knacks, crafts, or small toys, Ziploc® Brand products help you get more out of anything you want to store. Find these at http://Ziploc.com
  • Modular canisters make a big difference for our humid Houston weather!  As it says on the Rubbermaid website, “remove those bags and boxes of pasta, cookies, chips, baking supplies, etc. and put your ingredients into Modular Canisters whose space efficient design maximizes shelf space. Lids snap tight for a secure seal to help keep items fresh.”  Find these at www.rubbermaid.com.
  • I love labelmakers! Here is the newest one from Dymo.  It looks so sleek, so stylish and so user friendly.  And it makes finding your stuff so easy, as well as fun!  Find it at www.dymo.com
  • Other favorites include clutterfreebox.com for storage and pursepurfector.com for the most organized purse ever!   

 Have a product you love? Share it with me and what you love most!

One Response to “Latest and Greatest Organizing Products (NAPO Organizing Expo 2010)”

  1. Kim Oser says:

    I love http://ClutterFreeBox.com and Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids. I have been using ClutterFreeBox for a year. They make it easy & inexpensive to store boxes (of files or tangible objects). They supply the box & FedEx labels, you supply the contents, seal the box (with tape supplied by ClutterFreeBox) and call Fed Ex to pick-up. Done!

    When I learned of Easy Find Lids last year, I switched out my older Rubbermaid round containers for Easy Find Lids square containers. They stack easier and the square shape makes them easier to store. My old set of Rubbermaid containers were still in good condition so I donated them to a local shelter. Thanks for the post Ellen!

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