American Safari Cruises chef Mike shows how to make pan-fried and baked halibut with pineapple and black bean salsa with wild rice with cashews and ...
Tips No. 131. Items that are rarely used.When it comes to organizing the bathroom, there are some items that are rarely used. For instance, guest towels or holiday party curling iron. Yes, it’s true, they are rarely used but they are necessary from time to time. And they can make a lot of clutter. A shelf above the bathroom door is a great spot for these items. Well-organized bathroom truly makes our lives easier.DINING ROOMThe importance of eating togetherIs your dining room a catch-all for clutter? It’s time to win your battle with clutter. There's nothing more beautiful than waking up to a clean dining room space.Dining room promotes healthy eating at home so keep it neat and tidy. Get your dining room shipshape!
Tips No. 248. Add glam with narrow shelves.Add style and glamour to your home with narrow shelves. They are perfect for easy access to the things you use every day in your living room. Remember – any unused space is a great spot for storage space! Don't neglect the corners because they are the perfect place for those shelves. Small narrow shelves will provide you with just enough space for your everyday items, as well as beautiful display space for your collectables.
Tips No. 305. Use old baskets to keep toys off the floor.A basket is a great solution for kid’s toys because you can organize them very quickly. Pick the toys and just load up the basket. It would be even old laundry basket, it does not matter You can also teach your kids to declutter the entire room, playing at the same time. It will be their fun activity! However, you should set an example for your children. They always learn more from example than words. Take the basket and give another basket to your child. You will be surprised with the results!