Tips No. 38. Organize your pots and pans.Empty your kitchen cabinet and utilize it for your pots and pants. Begin with the largest pots so arrange them on the bottom of the cabinet; then, work upwards to the smallest pots and pans. Or store them on an open shelf. Of course, get rid of old and rusty pots and pans and organize the good ones.Your pans and pots get unwanted stains? Don’t waste your time to scrub and clean them. You can utilize this great trick and remove the stains easily and effortlessly. You will need apple peels. Yes, that’s it! Strip off pot stains with apple peels.Add the apple peels to your pan or pot; pour in water; then, allow the water to simmer for about 3 minutes. Then, pour out the water; lastly, cleanse the pot with a rag.
Tips No. 75. Store your kitchen gadgets and appliances.The best way to keep your kitchen gadgets organized is to group them by type. Otherwise, you will forget what you have and where you put it. Here is an example.a. The first group: hand mixer, stand mixer, blender, food processor, and juicer.b. The second group: toaster, panini press, popcorn machine, and waffle iron.c. The third group: deep fryer, bread machine, pressure cooker, rice cooker, and slow cooker.
Tips No. 149. Get organized – divide into zones.As you probably know, it’s easy to let a room turn chaotic. Use these simple rules to streamline your bedroom. Actually, one of the best methods to tackle the problem is to divide your bedroom into areas. There are three main zones: 1) the sleeping zone; 2) the relaxing and entertaining zone; 3) the grooming zone. There are many of us that have the fourth part and it is the work zone.Everything in your bedroom should fit into one of these three or four categories. If you have an item that doesn’t fit, it may not belong in your bedroom.Declutter one area at a time and don’t move to the next zone until you have finished the previous. Good luck!