De-cluttering my kitchen was so much easier then I established work areas--one area for baking (just baking needs in this area) cooking area (just cooking need here); making lunches, etc. Now my kitchen flows better and easier, plus I have only what I need. It is now de-cluttered.
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I read about this idea in a magazine discussing organizing storage of canned food.It is about labelling the SHELVES OF THE PANTRY closet . I decided to try this and it works for me! I list all my canned soups/dinner mixes in one area;cereals,breakfast foods,coffee in another area and so forth. I t has helped me in a variety of ways--my hubby & child[who can read at his young age of 3] know where the various foods go without HAVING TO ASK ME and my 3 yo puts away only the lightweight..,
...items like paper towels on the bottom shelf. He practices his reading,my hubby LEARNS where things go,I can see if I 'm out of different items and I GET SOME HELP FROM THE FAMILY!
List all areas of your life including financial, spiritual, educational, physical, etc...on a piece of paper and break each area down further including the issues you have in each catagory and steps to alleviate these issues. Every day work on each area no matter what. This creates positive steps in the right direction.
Work on every part of your life every day.
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