These dilemmas don't seem so bad when you add a little humor.
There's nothing a relationship joke about socks can't fix in our book. Plus, this organizer will help you match up the missing mate if or when it does resurface.
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We know how you feel about piles of change around the house, but hopefully this cheeky container will convince family members to put pennies and nickels where they belong.
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Sure, most welcome mats are a bit more, well, welcoming, but this one ($40, etsy.com) actually serves a purpose. It adds personality while it serves as a safety reminder.
Nothing is more annoying than trying to jot down a quick note and only finding pencils that are flat and useless. Use these punny jars to keep writing utensils in order.
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Why does it seem like you're the only one who ever replaces the TP? Maybe this sassy sign ($37, society6.com) will encourage other family members to follow your lead.
The first step on laundry day is taking change out of pockets. But if some family members (who will remain unnamed) always forget this step, try to gently remind them with a Home Alone quote.
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Bedroom storage can get tight, but these clever stickers ($20, fancy.com) will hopefully get everyone on the same page once and for all.
Instead of trying to stuff odds and ends into drawers where they don't belong, this dresser embraces the craft supplies that'll probably go unused (no judgements here).
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If you find yourself constantly asking your kids if they've washed their hands after using the restroom, why not let a brutally honest sign ($20, etsy.com) do the work for you?
Instead of focusing on the negative of losing a sock, this jar focuses on the positive: If Dobby comes around, it'll actually be a good thing you have some spares to share.
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