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Shop Like A Professional Organizer

Creative uses for a glass jar

by Lauren
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Let's face it - some people are naturally organized. They have a place for everything - and easily create systems of organization that make finding and putting away items quite simple. On the other hand, some people really struggle with organization - in almost every way possible. To them, the entire process is daunting! Not only do they struggle to come up with ways to organize things, they ultimately don't even know what they need to get started - or where to even look for the best solutions.

All too often, these people limit themselves by looking for solutions in a particular aisle at the store or in a category online. For example, when attempting to organize the garage - they might only look at garage solutions. Sure, they might luck out and find exactly what they're looking for, but often times many people never find the right container because they limit where they look - which leads to not finding the perfect solutions - which can ultimately lead to not maintaining the system of organization. Sigh.

If you find yourself identifying as the latter person - we have amazing news for you. The Professional Organizers behind Organized Mamas and Practically Perfect joined forces in an effort to teach people how to shop like a professional organizer. With many years of organizing between them, this trio of women partnered together in an effort to help customers learn how to think outside the box when it comes to shopping for the perfect container. To kick off the series, they selected the Anchor Hocking Glass Canisters.

Check out their videos below!

Practically Perfect

From bath salt to mismatched socks to coffee pods - watch Joni and Kitt show various uses for the Anchor Hocking Jars around your home!

Organized Mamas

Talk about creative! Jessica uses the jars in her laundry room for storing cleaning products, dryer balls and laundry bags.

Be sure to follow Practically Perfect and Organized Mamas on Instagram to learn even MORE tips and tricks for organizing, well - everything.