Organizing Tip: Put Your Refrigerator in Order

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Earlier this week I came across an article about National Clean Out Your Fridge Day, which happens to be today, November 15th.

Now, I’m not usually one to mark such National XYZ Day occasions, but the article got me thinking about Thanksgiving and the holiday season in general.

Before you start stuffing the good ol’ kitchen appliance with holiday dinner leftovers, wouldn’t it be a good idea to ask yourself, “Just what is in my fridge right now?”

Today’s post offers a few pointers to help you put your fridge in order.… Read More

Organizing Tip: How to Efficiently Wash Dishes by Hand

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It may be the first week in November, but Thanksgiving Day will be here before you know it.

You know what that means…lots of food and a heck of a lot of dishes.

Even if you have a dishwasher, some holiday-sized dishes are either too fragile or over-sized to run through a wash cycle.

It’s time to go back to basics of dish washing.

Today’s post provides you with a few tips on how to wash dishes efficiently by hand.… Read More

Organizing Tip: Clear Out Kitchen Clutter

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Do you have a cluttered kitchen?

Is it difficult to properly store and cook food, as well as access utensils, dish ware, pots and pans?

Today’s post is a collection of common kitchen areas and materials you might want to de-clutter. Some areas and materials will obviously take a bit more time than others to de-clutter, but don’t let that deter you from clearing things out and regaining space in your kitchen.… Read More

FREE guide! Learn how to streamline your to-dos so you can get things done.

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