Found this at It's all in my head: I have been on a bit of an organizing kick lately.. I bought this Canvas shoe organizer at Home Depot for 10 dollars to put all the little packets of food that always gets lost on the back shelves..It really works great! I had seen this idea somewhere years ago and for some reason I decided I needed one now.
14 Easy Ways to Organize Small Stuff in the Kitchen
The experts at DIY Network show you how to organize all the small stuff in your kitchen with a few simple tips and tricks.
We’re nearing the end of January…the month synonymous with renewed organizing vigor, but I’m hoping to keep the streak going…at least until mid-February! This month’s issue of Family Circle has a great round-up of blogger’s best organizing tips…and I was thrilled to be included! I knew it was coming, but it’s always a shock to... Read More
I have a deep, narrow and dark pantry, and three roommates so no one ever knows what's already been bought. Some organization would be great - once we ended up with four open bags of sugar and no flour. I might honestly label different shelves with things like "dry goods" and "cans" but we will need to move the order around - one of my roommates is scared of heights and can't use a step stool. :)
The Organized Stock~pile!
The look on a person's face is priceless when I tell them I'm a "couponer" I see their visions forming...connecting to every "Extreme Couponing" episode they have ever seen. If you are new to couponing please start here! I'm FAR From a Hoarder! I LOVE to save money...I rarely meet a person that doesn't, however, there seems to be some negative vibes in the air when "coupons" are involved. People will tell me, "Oh I could never do coupons....I don't want to have a lot of stuff around"…