Follow along with a series of 6 posts to get you the beautiful, organized kitchen that you want so you can enjoy your space again.
Do you struggle to keep your kitchen organized? Have you started cooking only to realize you can’t find the ingredients you need? It’s a common problem we all face. However, a little bit of organization is all you need to alleviate the problem.
You may be saying to yourself, “Stephanie, I don’t have time to organize my kitchen”. Or “I’ve tried organizing my kitchen in the past but it never works.” Luckily this course will get your kitchen organized in less than a week. And help establish a routine you can use anytime to things start to get misplaced. At the end of the course, you’ll be able to get your kitchen under control even if you don’t consider yourself an organized person. Imagine the impact an organized kitchen will have on your life.
Originally Published On: March 8, 2018
Last Updated On: October 25, 2021
Take Control for an Organized Kitchen
Here’s how it works:
There are a series of 6 posts that focus on one part of the kitchen. You can choose to go through all 6 at once or take your time. If you do one per day, you will have an organized kitchen in less than a week.
Still need more convincing?
The series goes through the exact steps I take when my kitchen starts to get out of hand. Anyone who knows me personally can tell you that I am a very organized person. Sometimes it borders on OCD a bit. But over time things get misplaced or we get new kitchen stuff (I’m always buying things for the kitchen) and it just gets stuffed wherever we can fit it at the time.
My parents were in town last weekend and my mom (who is here often) was telling my dad where to find something in the kitchen “unless Stephanie rearranged again.” I retorted quickly by saying I haven’t for at least a few months until Justin reminded me that I just switched a couple of drawers two weeks ago. I organize the kitchen so often I don’t even remember doing it!
Of course, you don’t have to rearrange as often as I do. About every 6 months I go in the kitchen and do a big cleanout. I follow all the steps I outline in my emails, but I like to do it all in one day. I know, for many, that either isn’t possible or extremely overwhelming, which is why the series is broken down into 6 posts.
Get Started on your Organized Kitchen
What do you need to start?
All you NEED is a kitchen and the desire to have it better organized and easier to cook in.
What do you WANT? Well, that depends on you and your kitchen and your personal workflow.
I like having all of the food in my pantry in containers rather than the packaging it comes in. First, because it looks nicer and, as a food blogger, I am constantly in and out of my pantry. Second, I can see exactly how much we have left of items since they are clear containers. Third, my pantry is an odd shape so it helps keep everything organized.
Personally, I don’t like anything on my counters except a few essentials, like my stand-mixer, so finding space for everything is key.
If you are interested in some of my favorite organizing products, you can read more on my blog post 7 Favorite Organizing Products for the Kitchen which showcases some of my favorites.
So go ahead, don’t be afraid, you have nothing to lose except a few hours of your time. Follow the 6-day kitchen organization series which will give you quick, easy-to-handle tasks to get your kitchen cleaner than before and know where you put everything.
- Day 1: The Pantry
- Day 2: The Junk Drawer
- Day 3: The Refrigerator and Freezer
- Day 4: Under the Sink
- Day 5: The Cabinets
- Day 6: Catch-Up
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- Kitchen Organization, Day 2: The Junk Drawer
- Kitchen Organization, Day 3: The Refrigerator (and Freezer)
- Kitchen Organization, Day 4: Under the Sink
- Kitchen Organization, Day 5: The Cabinets
- Kitchen Organization, Day 6: Catch-Up
- 7 Favorite Organizing Products for the Kitchen
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