It’s a bright and shiny new year and you know what that means – New Year’s Resolutions. Every January I add the same old resolutions (eat better, get in shape, get organized) to my list…and every mid-January I abandon hope.
Not this year! Every 4 for Friday this January I’ll be turning to Etsy for finds to help keep me from straying from four common New Year’s Resolutions. First, one mandate almost every one makes – let’s Get Organized:
• For me, an organized desk is the first step in obtaining an organized life. Keep your planning/writing/computing space stylishly neat with this Wooden Cutlery Tray Desk Organizer. This vintage piece has four compartments and a shabby chic feel with bits of red and original wood peeking through the chipped gray paint. $14
• I’m crazy for bins; there’s no easier way to store the clutter while adding a splash of color. This Fabric Bin Organizer in a bright pink, orange and brown paisley has dozens of uses – storing beauty items in the bathroom, books and magazines in the office or anything and everything in a teenager’s room. $18
• I am constantly organizing my closets – it’s therapeutic for me! And I simply MUST have these Customizable Clothing Dividers. With tons of color/style options, these dividers are printed on both sides for sorting and finding by style, color, person, etc. Imagine all the category possibilities: long sleeves, tank tops, jeans – Winter, Summer, Fall – His and Hers and Kids. Genius. Pictured – Kid’s Closet Dividers, 5 pieces $10
• Getting organized could also help you save some money (another resolution on my list) with the help of this Coupon Organizer Wallet in a classic damask print with a modern color duo of turquoise and brown. This organizer slips over the front of any grocery cart, is fully lined and comes with 20 blank dividers so you can customize to your coupon specifications. $14
Readers, are you resolved to get organized this year? Share your organizational tips in the comments.
Tyna, co-founder and co-editor of wht, worries about becoming a crazy cat lady, reads at least a book a week, checks in at a Flyers fan forum every morning and is forever (some say obsessively) organizing her closets and drawers.