A lot of us are probably spending more time at home right now due to the current COVID-19 situation. We might also be doing a lot more cooking at home than usual and this can get difficult when your kitchen isn’t well-organized. A cluttered or dirty kitchen can create feelings of:
- Clean out your fridge and pantry – Take everything out, throw away or give away expired items or items you don’t need anymore and put everything back meticulously. The key here is to be able to maintain all your hard work so create an organization system that makes sense.
- De-clutter your gadgets – Go through your cupboards and drawers and donate appliances and dishes that no longer serve a purpose or you haven’t used in the last year or two. When putting things back, make frequently used kitchen gadgets easily accessible.
- Stock up items you use frequently. Be intentional with your food purposes. Try not to buy ingredients you only use once and end up sitting in your fridge and pantry unused for months.
Do you have any tips on how to build a better relationship with your kitchen? Please let me know and comment below!
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