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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Maybe you and your loved ones would like to get more organized in the new year. If so, professional organizer Andi Willis spends a few moments to share with us some of her gifts ideas to help the people in your life do exactly that.

For stockings over the fireplace, Andi suggests smaller items like Command hooks for wall hanging, or notepads for to-do lists, and even something like multi-colored Post-It notes.

For someone who is perhaps more tech oriented, a product called the Grid-It is a series of connected bands of elastic that can be used to store anything from pens to thumb drives and charging cables.

And for anyone who carries a handbag, something as simple as a purse organizer can be a thoughtful gift for those routinely flustered with losing some of those little things.

A curling iron/hair dryer holder can also be a convenient gift to store all of those hair-styling items and their perpetually tangled cables. It can easily fit inside of a cabinet or affixed to the top of a door frame.

Andi says she loves a label, so why not a label maker for anyone like-minded?

Finally, if you know someone trying to organize family photos, Andi has the perfect gift for you. The Picture Keeper is a thumb drive/external hard-drive that plugs into your computer and digitally backs up all of your photos automatically, while the Flip Pal mobile scanner is a great way to take hard-copy photos and convert them into an easily stored digital format.

If you have any suggestions for Andi to feature next on Good Life Organizing, you can email her directly at andi@goodlifeorganizing.net.

And for more suggestions on how to keep your life perfectly organized, you can also visit Andi’s website at www.goodlifeorganizing.net.

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