Weekend is a good time to release the fatigue after a week of struggling with job retention activities. There is one activity that can be a fun alternative to fill your weekend, tidying the kitchen. Here are tips – tips on organizing a kitchen to create a comfortable and clean kitchen
Make a priority
When organizing the objects in the kitchen, sorted by priority. Food items that you use every day or quite often, such as cereal or tea, should be placed on the shelf of the easiest to reach.
Group together similar objects
All types of cereals need to be placed together, as well as other similar foods, eg nuts. This method is easier for you to find a variety of materials during cooking and prevent duplication of food in your kitchen.
If the kitchen shelf is not big enough and you need to develop to the full, be sure to keep things on the back and the objects are short at the front.
Use vertical space
If you more rack width, use a smaller shelf in addition in it. Add shelves with sliding doors to maximize the inside. If your storage area is too high, have a beautiful ladder so you do not mind installing it in the kitchen. Thus all the higher shelves can be reached easily.
Tidy up the place
Move the food in containers wrapped into a neat storage box. Notice if there is a small insect in the food that you save. Before inserting the new food, make sure you choose a place that is clean of old food ingredients.
After preparing the kitchen, another important thing is keeping it neat. To prevent chaos again, use the following three steps:
Discard all food that has been outdated, stale, or too full (this actually might happen). After that, look at what’s left in your kitchen.
Shopping for your kitchen
Think about how your kitchen will function. I always say that you can not have more books than you can afford to provide space on a bookshelf. The same logic applies to other cabinets and shelves in your home. If too much stuff in the kitchen, you can not use a kitchen effectively. Before you shop, compare the condition of the kitchen with your shopping list.
Make sure you do not register anymore stuff you already own. Most kitchens are impulsive spending. You take another box of cereal because they feel need it, but when he got home, it turns out you already have the same or similar cereal in the pantry. This is why you should make a shopping list and stick to it. If the area of the kitchen is really limited, you need to think carefully before buying anything. If you only occasionally need a meal, do not buy a large flour.
You also only need a tomato sauce for a week and can buy it back if it runs out. Let me emphasize once again: that includes the category “reasonably” equal to your deposit for a week. Instead you’re getting ready for hibernation during the winter, right?