I, too, caught the Marie Kondo bug and have now applied it to my kitchen! I finally went through and got rid of everything that did not “spark joy” (per her KonMari method) – things that were old or expired or that I just knew I wasn’t going to use. Then, I started organizing things in containers to keep them more neat and tidy, which I’ve been loving. I also share my details on how to create an open pantry if your kitchen doesn’t have one! I love watching kitchen organization videos but they often feature huge kitchens with walk-in-pantries or mega refrigerators, which are fun to watch but just not realistic for me… so I hope this helps any of you who may have a smaller kitchen or a rental kitchen like I do.
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