With 2020 behind us, many of us are wondering what 2021 will bring. A new year brings new opportunities, a fresh perspective, and a renewed sense of looking forward.
Sometimes material items can help us to be more focused on the important things, whether they help us to cut the clutter, know exactly where what we need is, keep things clean with less time or simplify or beautify a space.
The below 21 items are things we think will help you have a more productive and organized 2021. Is there anything you own that helps you to be more productive or organized? Please let us know in the comments below!
This simple planner has monthly and weekly pages, and is only $11!
If you are looking for something more in-depth, Erin Condren planners are very popular and more detailed than most. This particular planner is currently $47.19.
If you are more of a tech person than a paper person, the ClickUp App looks like a promising way to boost productivity at home and work! It is free to use for basics, or $5 per month for the whole works.
Organize your dry goods for $39!
I like this not only for the price ($11) but for the versatility!
Keep your fridge tidy and see everything at a glance for $27.
Let your water bottle keep you accountable! Time markers tell you where your water level should be; a very easy reminder. This bottle is currently $19 at Amazon.
Great for kids. Organize all the toys and snacks! This particular item is currently $19 for 2 at Amazon.
These produce bags come in 3 different sizes, are see-through, washable, and reusable. Take them shopping so you don’t have to use plastic bags at the store! Currently priced at $9 at Amazon.
No more missing lids! This can fit in your cabinet or in a drawer. Currently priced at $35 at Amazon.
Vacuum seal your food to extend its life and save space! Prices range from $50 to $80, but we have seen daily deals lower for these as well.
Air fryers are fast, efficient, and healthy! Another favorite among cooks. Prices start around $60, but one of our team members got a 3.5-qt air fryer for $35 around Prime Day.
Multitudes rave about the Instant Pot and the quick work it makes of dinner! Prices range from around $60 to $180, and we often see daily deals on these.
Keep your delicates together; or how about your socks? Never lose one again…is that possible? Mesh laundry bags sell from about $7 to $16 at Amazon.
The selection of robot vacuums are currently extensive; you can choose vacuums or mops, and very often a combination of both! The pictured vacuum is currently $249. Prices generally range from $200 to $700, depending on brand and functionality, but we often see big discounts on robot vacuums at Newegg and Woot. Consumer Reports is a great place to research the different brands and models to see how they each stack up. Let a robot do the work you’d rather not do!
Priced from $8 to $40, you can use e-cloths to take care of cleaning chores, using only water! Everything from dusters to window cleaners is available.
This will not only come in handy for a variety of reasons; it’s the size of a credit card! Currently $5 at That Daily Deal.
Make cleaning a little more fun! Kids would love these! Currently priced at $6.99 on Amazon.
There are a variety of blind dusters available to make cleaning those dust magnets easier! Prices range from about $8 to $11 at Amazon.
Brushes can attach to your drill and power clean! Sets run from $9 to $27 at Amazon.
How could we have a list of items that help you to become more productive without a computer?! Chromebooks are a Clark favorite and an inexpensive option for home computing. See our list of options under $200 here.
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