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Stow it Away

by Maria Gracia Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Organizing Article is available. Almost every kitchen has appliances, oversized servers and pots that are seldom used. Obviously, items that are never used should be donated, sold or tossed. However, some of these items may be important to you at certain times of the year, so getting rid of them may not be your best option. In fact, you may really want to keep these items, but they're taking up valuable space on the kitchen counter or in your kitchen cabinets. Maybe you have several large cookie sheets, but you only use them during the holiday season. Or you only use the bread machine when Aunt Sally visits once or twice a year. A good solution for this dilemma is to stow these rarely used items in a closet or in the basement, and just pull them out when you need them. There's no sense in keeping these in the kitchen all year if you only use them once in awhile. But, when you do need them, you can simply pull them out of storage. By the way, so you remember where you're storing everything, it's a good idea to keep a list of these rarely used items and their storage locations, taped on the inside of one of your kitchen cabinets. This idea can easily be applied to the other rooms in your home, or even in your office. Back to Organizing Articles Index
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Stow it Away

by Maria Gracia Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Organizing Article is available. Almost every kitchen has appliances, over-sized servers and pots that are seldom used. Obviously, items that are never used should be donated, sold or tossed. However, some of these items may be important to you at certain times of the year, so getting rid of them may not be your best option. In fact, you may really want to keep these items, but they're taking up valuable space on the kitchen counter or in your kitchen cabinets. Maybe you have several large cookie sheets, but you only use them during the holiday season. Or you only use the bread machine when Aunt Sally visits once or twice a year. A good solution for this dilemma is to stow these rarely used items in a closet or in the basement, and just pull them out when you need them. There's no sense in keeping these in the kitchen all year if you only use them once in awhile. But, when you do need them, you can simply pull them out of storage. By the way, so you remember where you're storing everything, it's a good idea to keep a list of these rarely used items and their storage locations, taped on the inside of one of your kitchen cabinets. This idea can easily be applied to the other rooms in your home, or even in your office. Back to Organizing Articles Index
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