It's time to tackle the rooms! Let's start with the kitchen today. Remember during any of the de-cluttering steps to ask yourself questions if it needs to stay or go.
Let's get started:
Clearing out the Bakeware & Baking Equipment
Let's start with the Bakeware and things we bake with:
A typical inventory for the family cook and occasional baker would be:
Everything else can be sold, donated, or tossed.
De-cluttering your Cookware & Cooking Equipment
What do we really need for our everyday cooking?
De-Clutter the Small Appliances
Don't we just love small appliances? We end up buying specialty appliances that will "make our lives easier". But you and I know they end up in the back of the shelf or collecting dust in the corner.
Let's go through what we really should have:
Think about how often do you use these items? If it's been more than 6 months, maybe it's time to clear it out. There are also other ways to accomplish the same cooking process, for example, I cook rice in the pot and not a specialty cooker. You can also get a combo food processor/blender that uses the same base - this would save on a lot of room.
De-Clutter your Pantry
Now let's go through our cupboards and pantry:
Don't forget I did post about de-cluttering your fridge.
I think that does it for the kitchen! Good luck!
Hey y'all! Today's welcome Wednesday is a Deaf comedian who does stand-up, skits, story-telling and more.
Check out his Facebook Page called Train Zoom!
For those unfamiliar with Deaf Culture - Train Zoom or Train Gone is an idiom similar to the English "you missed it". You show up and ask what's going on but they aren't going to re-tell the story.
Here's one of Alexander's stories:
So come out and support some #DeafTalent and contact Alexander and book his Train Zoom act!
Hey y'all! I'm starting a new category called Fun Friday!
I want to share posts such as:
Stay warm y'all and have a great weekend!
If you have any stories, pictures, or suggestions, please send them in! I'd love to read them!
You'd be surprised to find out that people think we're flirting or are really interested in them when we're just trying to lipread them.
I forget that in "hearing" culture that they sometimes don't look at each other while talking.
"Just Stop! I'm not flirting! It's called lipreading"
Have a great weekend!