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Find It! Review

I like organization products that have more than one function. Products that I can use to organize all the chaos in my home office, the basement, the kid’s rooms, the kitchen, wherever. When the opportunity came along to review a product from Find It, I discovered a lot of great organizational products that can be used all around the home, and I had a tough time choosing just one!

I decided to try the teal Supply Caddy because I thought it looked like a sturdy piece that I could get a lot of use out of – and I was right! When it arrived, it was true to its online description – sturdy canvas, comfortable handle, lots of storage space. There are multiple compartments as well as Velcro partitions that allow you to configure the inner storage space however you see fit. The caddy is great for the kid’s art and crafts supplies, transporting a few tools around the house (instead of lugging around a big tool box!), kitchen utensils and condiments (especially handy for outdoor gatherings), or even as a diaper caddy to move with you around the house. The great thing about this caddy is that you can change its purpose whenever and however you want. The caddy comes in black as well as teal and retails for $10.99.

Find It is all about making life a little easier. By making small improvements to the organizational products already out there on the market, Find It helps you work a little smarter, a little easier. They offer a range of products including ring binders, file folders, storage caddies, media storage and more. They offer free shipping and handling on orders over $50.

To see the full line of Find It products, visit their website. 

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product featured to facilitate my review. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.


Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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