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Tips No. 45. How to organize your bakeware?How many pieces of baking equipment do you really need? It depends on the size of your family and your personal preferences. It’s not the same thing: bake the cookies for yourself and your spouse or baking for six-member family. Further, if you adore baking and you bake croissants, rolls, cookies, and cakes more frequently, you will need proper baking equipment. On the other hand, if you mainly buy your favorite treats in the bakery, you will need less baking items.The average kitchen contains many more dishes than it is necessary. In other words, if you think that you need a wide variety of baking items, here’s a simple guideline. Four-member family will need:a. Bakeware: 2-qt baking dish, 1 8x8 casserole, 2 cookie sheets, 2 muffin tins, 1 tart pan, 2 round cake pans, and 1 bread pan.b. Baking equipment: a rolling pin, a wire rack, 2-3 mixing bowls, 1-2 cookie cutters, and flour sifter.Get rid of unwanted baking items. Throw away everything that is rusty, warped and useless. In this way, you can organize and store your bakeware. It means you should store bakeware and baking equipment in a kitchen cupboard that is near to your oven. The clutter will be gone and you will enjoy baking in the comfort of your home.
Tips No. 62. Trays – Organizing idea for your kitchen counter.First of all – remove the unnecessary things that don’t belong here. You should also remove teapots, toasters, coffee makers, and so on. Honestly, if you make coffee only in the morning, it’ll take about 5 minutes every day. After that, your coffee maker will stand unused by tomorrow morning.Take trays of different sizes and shapes that will hold different items. Each of them will have a specific purpose. One tray holds napkins and coasters. The other tray will be “home” for salt, pepper, spices you use frequently, bottles of the oil, etc. The third tray will be home for important things such as keys.
Tips No. 150. Declutter your bedroom – surplus furniture.Is your bedroom jammed with furniture? Having too many chairs, tables, dressers, and other things makes the bedroom appear smaller.a. Get rid of surplus furniture and you’ll get more space for you. Think about what you can sell or donate. You can sell them at garage sale or you can give them away. You should use only the pieces that are necessary for your bedroom to function. Remember – less is more!b. Clean your room thoroughly.c. The way you arrange furniture can make a big difference. Find a spot for each and every piece that makes the most sense to you.d. Add a new decoration, maybe a picture. Enjoy your new bedroom.