7 Tips for Making the Best Coffee Ever
Every coffee lover should consult these important rules (and handy tricks) before brewing another pot of java.
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Before you begin to organize your spices, go through what you have and discard any that are old and have no scent. Combine duplicates into one jar if possible.
Much of the organizing of decorating and baking supplies comes down to labeled bins you can nest and stack.
Skip the pre-dinner wash by following these tips to keep stored items clean and ready to go.
A full fridge doesn’t have to be a cluttered fridge. When a refrigerator is organized, you won’t have to dig around to find something to cook or snack on. It makes you more excited to open the door, which means you’ll end up wasting less of the food inside.
Keeping your pantry organized will help with menu planning and shopping. A quick glance will tell you what you need and what you have space for.