Organize your pantry by zones.
For example, create a zone for baking supplies, one for dry goods like beans and noodles, one for school lunches, one for weeknight meals, and so forth. This will make finding the right things, easier.
Keep a notepad on the wall in your pantry.
It’s an easy way to make an inventory list so you know what you have and what you need for your next trip to the grocery.
Organize your fridge by different food groups.
Follow these guidelines for keeping your food fresher, longer.
Use kitchen organizers like Organized Living Basic Solutions.
Use these convenient organizers in the pantry, cabinets and in the fridge to maximize every inch of space.
Store your groceries the right way.
Follow this guide on how to store your food after grocery shopping or after using some.
Purge your fridge of all leftovers.
According to the FDA, you should purge your leftovers three days after making the meal.
Put a Lazy Susan in your fridge or pantry.
This provides an easy way to store a lot in a small space, without losing sight of what you have.
Stash smaller items in an Organized Living Over the Door system.
Organized anything from spices to paper towels with a customizable system.
Use Organized Living Basic Solutions.
With a variety of kitchen organizers, you can store anything from cans of pop to packets of spices.