Organisation products – the perfect New Year pressie to you, from you! I mean, how can anyone expect us to kick goals in 2022 if we don’t have ALL the organisation products? Something for the kitchen, something for the home office, something for your finances and so much more!

Welcome, ladies and gents, to our go-to guide for organisation products for 2022.

The best organisation products for 2022

1. Daily Orders Acrylic Wall Planners

Daily OrdersWhen it comes to organisation products, you can’t go wrong with Daily Orders. Daily Orders is proudly Australian owned, Australian made and their epic range of acrylic wall planner boards help you sort out your personal logistics (and that of your partners and kids), one day at a time.

There’s a planner for everyone and in every situation including the super handy Meal PlannerWeekly Planners and the ultimate planning mothership – the Command Centre Wall Planner. If you’re just starting out and dipping your toe in the wall planner waters, a Planning Starter Kit which includes the notebook, markers and equipment you need to get started could be the perfect fit for you.


2. Smart Calendar Family Organiser

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3. The Time Creator Daily Planner

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Not your average diary, the Time Creator is all in one daily planner that aims to inspire daily, purposeful planning.

This all-in-one daily planner comes with ALL your planning pages. We’re talking daily scheduling, to-do lists, financial tracking, gratitude and water intake, meal and cleaning planning, self-care and exercise tracking and soooo much more! We especially love the gorgeous designs, accessories and yearly intentions pages with ‘100 things to accomplish!


4. Post-it® Notes

It’s always a good idea to stock up on various Post-it® Notes to keep on your desk, etc. One great way to use Post-it® Notes for ALL your organisational needs is to add them to your weekly calendar to keep track of all the events and activities the kids have.

Each child gets a different colour Post-it® Note and simply write the activity and time on the note, stick it on the calendar and voila, you’ve got a colourful collection of children’s activities, most of which will require your chauffering skills.

Check out the extensive range at Officeworks including super sticky notes, flags, tabs and more, in all shapes and sizes. Life. Sorted. And so colourful too!


5. Kitchen and pantry containers 

Organise your pantry with tupperware storage containersMoving into the kitchen, we all need good pantry and fridge organisation products. Our go-to for all of this and more is Tupperware!

They’ve got an insane range of great products but our top picks include Tupperware Modular Mates for storing dry food, Tupperware VentSmart for fridge storage and Tupperware Clear Mates.

Tupperware Clear Mates

Check out our story on how to transform your pantry using various Tupperware products.


6.  Meal planning organisation products

Meal prep is another biggie for many mums and dads. After all, trying to wrangle the kids, drive them to and from their activities AND somehow make epic dinners daily can be tricky, especially if you also have to throw a full-time job in the mix.

Check out Howard’s Storage World’s containers which make meal prep so easy, including their Felli Duo Fresh Keeper, the bee’s knees of acrylic fridge storage containers. It’s a 4.4L capacity crisper that is perfect for preserving five days of salad/veggies and fruit for lunch boxes. Carrots, cherry tomatoes, capsicum and lettuce will stay fresh and crisp ALL WEEK long!

lunch box prep

We’ve got a few great meal planning stories to sink your teeth into including yummy freezable lunchbox snacks and this five-day meal plan. 


7. Meal Planning Pop Stick DIY

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Another super simple option for meal planning mastery? A weekly display using pop sticks!

Simply write down several meals you can easily make, get everyone in the family to pick out a pop stick (or two) each and voila, you’ve got your weekly meals sorted. Well, except for the shopping and cooking, of course!


8. Labels – all the labels!

Labels make the world a better place. No, really, they do. And the good news is you can buy them for pretty much every area in your home these days. Many parents choose to make and print their own or buy a label maker but there are also plenty of companies that can do the dirty work for you.

Vinyl pantry container labels

There are plenty of label companies that can handle your school labels (for lunch boxes, clothing, school supplies, backpacks, etc) as well as labels around the home (pantry, laundry, linen closet and cleaning supply cupboard).

For your school and kinder needs, check out Easy Decals, Cash’s Sticky Labels and My Name Label.

Personalised name labels
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For laundry and home stickers, I hate to say it, but the best place is probably Kmart! Of course, you can also Google organisation product labels in your area if you’d prefer to shop local.


9. The Happy Money Journey Workbook

We discovered the Happy Money Journey last year and it was a massive game-changer for financial organisation (check out the book here). But what really stood out for us was the Happy Money Journey workbook – a simple yet incredibly useful financial workbook to keep track of your finances.

You don’t need to make your own spreadsheet on Excel (and then never look at it again) or track your spending through Notes on your phone. It’s all ready for you to fill out – and follow – in this handy little workbook. If you’re a highly visual person, then you’ll LOVE this! 


Well, ladies and gents, that about wraps up our round-up of organisation products for 2022. We know there are countless other great products out there so feel free to share your fave products and companies in the comments below – especially locally-made items!


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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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