IT'S SHARK WEEK! Time to kick this week off with a BITE! Be sure to also check out our other shark drawing (we did a while back) ...
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. 232. Get the right coffee table.To get an extra space storage in your living room, you can purchase a coffee table with built-in storage. You can get the table with either an open shelf storage or shelf drawers. Drawers can conceal all sorts of necessities such as remotes, books magazines, and coasters, so you will be able to turn a simple table into a great storage.
Tips No. 312. Garden baskets for plush toys and stuffed animals.Keep kid’s favorite plush toys in one place with this great idea. Simply hang garden baskets on a wall. Make sure to hang them at a low height so your little ones can reach them and put them back easily. Teach your children to love the uncluttered look. It’s a lovely look!This clutter is demanding of you a lot of hard-earned money. Help your kids declutter their stuff. There is one more important tip for you – begin buying fewer toys and avoid duplicate toys. Fewer toys will benefit your kids in many different ways. Kids will learn to be more creative and they learn to take greater care of their stuff. It results in a less-cluttered and healthier home!