The kitchen is where your whole family gathers multiple times each day - for meals and snacks, but also for homework help or family game night. From pouring a bowl of cereal to cooking a gourmet meal to popping microwave popcorn - the kitchen is a key part of our entire day. Most kitchens are in the an area of the home that, even if you don't cook often, you still walk through to get to other parts of your house. This means we often use our kitchens as catch-alls for mail, shopping bags, keys, kids' school papers, medicine bottles, magazines, etc., etc.
Because we spend so much time there, the kitchen is the obvious place to make our best effort in organizing. It's a great spot to get some quick wins and gain momentum. There are several distinct areas in the kitchen, so we can break it down into small, bite-sized steps to avoid becoming overwhelmed with the task.
If you'd like to get your kitchen in order, check out the free course, 7 Days to an Orderly Kitchen! Get a short video and a checklist for 7 days to help guide you in each area of organization.
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