Tips No. 47. How to keep your baking cabinet neat and tidy?If you make baked goods frequently, you like keeping your ingredients on hand.Use large-sized containers for flours, granulated sugar, powdered sugar, and old-fashioned oats.Next, medium-sized containers are perfect for brown sugar, chocolate chips, and tapioca.Use small-sized containers for cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, cornstarch, and coconut.You can choose any type of containers that easy to open when your hands are messy. Fill your containers with the ingredients and you will tackle this task easily and effortlessly.
Tips No. 82. Labels are great help for keeping kitchen items organized.There are many computer programs to print your labels. Labels come in printable PDF templates, which are editable. It means that you will be able to change colors, size, font types, etc. Just use different colors for different groups. Then, you have to glue them to containers. From now on, you will always know where everything is. Find these useful templates on the Internet and let your imagination go wild!
Tips No. 317. Declutter kids' clothes – basics.When you go to declutter your kids' clothes, find some large boxes such as moving boxes, as well as a couple of garbage bags. You can also ask for empty boxes at your grocery store or local restaurant. Here is a simple question to keep in mind: Is this really useful? Here are some guidelines to get started decluttering of children’s clothes:a. Toss, donate, or recycle. Take everything out of the kids’ closet. Have a trash bag on hand and toss unwanted pieces of clothing. Don’t keep the pieces of clothes that need repair, unless you are planning to repair them.b. Clean up. Then, wipe down the interior and shelves.c. What's the purpose? Keep things that are in wearable condition. Throw away the items with stains or tiny holes.d. "To be, or not to be..." Create a "maybe" box if you are unsure about some items. Make final decisions within a month.e. The best part. Create your shopping list.f. Outgrown kids’ clothes. Carefully store outgrown kids’ clothes if there are younger siblings that can wear hand-me-downs.