Tips No. 77. Smart organizing ideas for your kitchen (Part II).It is time to organize lunch boxes. It will be a 15-minute mission. How to get rid of excess food storage containers? It is easier than you think. But a huge pile of these food containers will fall out each time you open your cupboard. It is even worse when your drawer can not be closed well because it is so stuffed with items. Therefore, you need to get control over these items.Keep a reasonable amount of lunch boxes. And you should toss or recycle the rest. This is especially true for old margarine and yogurt plastic containers. Margarine and yogurt plastic containers are cheap solutions, but after a long time, they look bad and smell bad, too. Then, you should get rid of all the boxes that no longer had their lids. Afterwards, try to recycle old plastic lunch boxes and the other food storage containers.
Tips No. 294. A great idea to organize and store kids’ books.There are a lot of inexpensive and practical ways to organize books in kids’ room. One of the most creative ideas is built-in bookshelves! You can use cheap and available materials and build amazing storage space for kids’ books. If you tend to avoid custom-made shelves and you are planning to make your own DIY shelves to match décor – consider creating built-in bookshelves. Good luck!
Tips No. 328. Keep pet food neatly organized.Tired of wasting time searching for a bag with dry cat food you need? Your pantry is jammed with pet foods that are not sorted and organized?a. It’s time to start throwing out the unwanted pet food. Gather up all products. Check out the expiration dates. Consider donating or giving away if you have a lot of food bags that your pet doesn’t like. Only store what you will use.b. Now, group foods in a way that is logical to you.a. Designate a spot in your pantry for pet food. Add labels to jars for better organization results. Try your best to keep pet's food easily accessible and fresh. Store dry pet food in a cool and dry environment. Canned food should be stored in a dry environment (50-100 degrees F). If you prefer to buy food in bulk, you have to transfer dry food to an appropriate container. A clean metal container works well. Opened cans of dog/cat food should be stored in the refrigerator.b. Check the expiration dates periodically and keep the pantry tidy and clean.