Tips No. 33. Reorganize and declutter floating shelves in the kitchen.Now, you have to declutter floating shelves in the kitchen. The way you organize your shelves also plays a part in making a clean and tidy kitchen.a. Place a large quilt on the floor.b. Remove items from your floating shelves, one by one and transfer them to the quilt. In this way, you can see an abundance of stuff in your kitchen. You may need to remove some items to the other room.c. It’s time to clean your items that have gotten dusty.d. Afterwards, place things back in floating shelves.And remember – Balance is the key to a happy kitchen. Don’t overfill your space with a lot of things. Realistically, how many baking dishes, measuring cups or graters do you need? Get rid of the surplus and take back your kitchen!
Tips No. 66. Keep your refrigerator clean and organized (Part I).a. Take a big trash bag.b. Declutter the outside of your refrigerator (remove notes, children’s drawings, fridge magnets, etc.) Do you really need those cheap magnets you received as the promotional items?c. Remove all drawers and shelves.d. Get rid of old and expired items from your refrigerator and freezer.
Tips No. 177. Create a spot for incoming papers.You used to have piles and piles of incoming papers. Various notices, receipts, manuals, flyers, warranties and the other papers. The whole family, including you, put them into different spots and they are scattered all over the house – on the kitchen table, on the dresser in the hallway, on the counter, etc. Even all over your car. So you can’t find anything! Stop battling with the paper clutter once and for all!Designate an in-box tray in a certain location of your home. Put each and every paper into that in-box tray. Got some papers? Put it into your inbox. Done! This is a little change, but it can apparently transform your paperwork. It is such a relief and happiness to have them finally sorted!