'Nasi Goreng' - fried rice Indonesian Style. This Indonesian fried rice with chicken is one fried rice recipe that really packs a punch of flavour. One of my favs!
Tips No. 83. Keep your veggies organized.This is a handy tip that can save your space in the pantry. Every family buys a huge amount of vegetables, right? Of course, every family likes salads, stews, soups and the other vegetable dishes. If you are a vegetarian or vegan, the situation is hilarious!We just leave all our vegetables rolling around on our dining table or kitchen worktops. Sounds familiar?Therefore, it’s time to get your veggies organized! Corral them in a drawer. Place veggies in the wicker baskets. Then, put your baskets into the drawer. You can organize two, three or more drawers, it all depends on the amount of veggies and your personal preferences. Good luck!
Tips No. 197. How to declutter your scarves?Are your scarves scattered all over your house? Do you waste your time looking for your favorite scarf that matches your red coat? Here’re a few steps you should follow and decluttering your scarves will be a breeze.a. Bring everything together. You will get a messy pile.b. Then, throw out outworn, damaged, and shabby scarves. Get rid of everything you have not worn for the past year. Keep only necessary scarves and purge the rest.c. Lastly, only store what you will use. Many professional organizers advise us to fold our scarves instead of hanging them. However, it depends on your personal preferences and storage solutions.
Tips No. 270. Declutter kids' rooms – well begun is half done!While the same basic rules for decluttering apply when you organize children’s room, there are some small differences and the additional considerations. How to begin?a. First and foremost, you should involve your kids in the process of decluttering their rooms. The primary and the most important goal is to teach them how to care for their things.b. Before you start decluttering, sit down and try to explain the organization process to them. They should understand basics, so stick to simplicity. Everything else will be described during the process. Decluttering and organizing are best shown by example.c. Make space for children’s questions. If children understand what is expected of them, they will be much more cooperative.