It’s time to play catch-up on getting your kitchen organized. Give yourself a chance to organize anything missed and enjoy the kitchen!
Welcome to the last day of the Kitchen Organization challenge! And guess what, today is your catch-up day! That’s right, at this point, you should have a very organized and much more functional kitchen! If you missed a day, or still have other areas of the kitchen that need organization, today is the day to get it done.
Originally Published On: November 15, 2021
Today’s Task: Catch-Up
- Work on any of the previous tasks that you weren’t able to complete.
- Walk around your newly organized kitchen.
- Be amazed at the increased functionality that your organized kitchen gives you.
- Pour yourself a drink, you’ve worked hard this week, and now you know exactly where everything is to make that drink!
Inspiration & Resources
I put together a blog post with a list of some of my favorite organization products for the kitchen that you can find here: http://www.sonshinekitchen.com/organizing-products-kitchen
If you are looking for some ideas for pantry and kitchen organization, I created a Pinterest board that you can find here: https://www.pinterest.com/sonshinekitchen/kitchen-organization-decor/
You can see, I don’t like to keep much on my counters. To me, it adds to feeling unorganized. We keep the coffee machine out because it is used daily. The oil, salt, and pepper shakers stay behind the stovetop. I have never actually used the teapot, it’s just there for decoration. My stand mixer is way too heavy to get out and put away with how often I use it, and I constantly am referring to the cookbooks, so those stay out as well. And that’s it. Everything else is in a cabinet or a drawer.
- 6 Days to an Organized Kitchen
- 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
If you have any questions, need any help, want suggestions on your unique situation, feel free to send me an email and I can give you some guidance!
Take some before/after photos and post them online using #sonshinekitchen so we can all see the progress you are making!