Time for a little fun!
And we can do so much more.....
Have a great weekend!
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!