Tips No. 32. There is no wrong place to start.“Do not wait; the time will never be just right. Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.” – Napoleon HillTherefore, focus on the part of your kitchen. That might be one drawer, it doesn’t matter. It does not sound just like a revolutionary idea, but you will build one small success on top of another small success. Afterwards, you can build a “mountain” of success.a. Examine the selected drawer. Then, empty the drawer on the kitchen table on a counter.b. Immediately get rid of what you won’t need. Do not accumulate anything, and put unnecessary items into donation boxes and garbage bags.c. Then, clean the drawer, and sort the items by frequency of use. Purchase drawer dividers and organize everything. Arrange things that are used the most frequently in the front part of the drawer. Put rest of the thing behind them.This bright idea will save your time and energy.
Tips No. 46. Create a baking zone.Do you like making delicious cookies, rolls, loaves of bread and other bakery products? Keeping all of your ingredients within arm’s reach of your preparation area will make you feel great. You can corral all ingredients in a designated kitchen cabinet or shelf. Clear out the designated kitchen cabinet and make space for your favorites.a. Bring all of your baking ingredients together and check the expiration dates.b. Throw unwanted ingredients away.c. Create a list of missing ingredients and go shopping as soon as possible.d. Put the ingredients into containers or mason jars, grouping them according to their purpose.e. Label these containers and jars and stock your new space.Enjoy baking and fall in love with the order in your baking zone.
Tips No. 345. Adjustable laundry guard.Cut clutter in your laundry room and utilize a top surface of your washer.Install the laundry guard to keep your clothes on top of the washer, while providing an extra work surface in your laundry room. This innovative solution keeps clothes, especially small pieces like socks, from falling off. Clever!