A New Year is not too far away, and in a year where many of us spent more time at home than usual, it’s probably time to give your home a once over to start fresh in 2022.
Here are 7 Tricks on Reorganizing Your Home Space for a Cleaner New Year to help you get started. There is a tip for each room of the house, plus a few extra tricks.
Organizing your life at the beginning of a new year is a great idea, but the good news is, you don’t have to wait until January 1st to get started! These tips are perfect for organizing your home and life for a productive and happy new year.
1. Properly store holiday decorations
Having just wrapped up the holiday season, it’s time to safely pack up, organize, and store all of your decorations until the following year. The next time holiday season approaches, you’ll be thankful. Find out how to properly care for your decorations below.
While it may seem frightening staring down into the abyss that is your chest freezer, it will not get organized on its own. Fortunately, it’s not all that hard organizing your freezer, and it won’t break the bank either, which means it’s a perfect chore to tackle so you can make enough room for the holiday leftovers!
Isn’t it annoying to discover expired and dirty canned food hidden deep in your pantry shelf? The worst part is that you likely weren’t looking for it in the first place, right?
Even though canned foods are pantry essentials, organizing and keeping track of each one can be overwhelming.
If you’re struggling with following the “out with the old, in with the new” rule of pantry management, a rotating can storage system could be the solution.
Check out these helpful DIY canned food storage system solutions to the First-In-First-Out (FIFO) dispenser dilemma.
An organized pantry is a lifesaver for any chef. As you know, the pantry is prone to become a receptacle for half-empty containers, spare plastic bags, and more unnecessary clutter.
Fortunately, there are many ways to organize shelves and cabinets, no matter how small…the trick is to make the most of the space you have.
It doesn’t matter if you have a small corner or an entire kitchen closet to dedicate, make sure there is a place to store canned goods, baking ingredients, and speciality kitchen appliances.