Here is a statement for you: 15-minute projects will keep your kitchen organized. “How?”, you may ask. Well, you are in the kitchen so often throughout the day that taking an extra 15 minutes to do an organizing task isn’t much time at all. Here are suggestions on where you can add the extra 15 minute projects.
Finding 15-Minute Projects To Do
- Before making breakfast
- After finishing breakfast
- Before making lunch
- After finishing lunch
- Before making dinner
- While cooking dinner
- After finishing dinner
- Before you go to bed
Wow! Look at how many times you are in your kitchen. That’s a lot, right? You just need to add 15 minutes to any of these activities and you will be well on your way to keeping your kitchen organized. If you added 15 minutes to each activity in just ONE DAY, you will have organized a total of 2 hours in ONE DAY!
You are probably asking, “What can I do in 15 minutes to get my kitchen organized?” Here is a list of tasks that will take 15 minutes or less.
- Clean dishes and dry and put away.
- Clear junk mail off the counter-tops.
- Take out racks and set the self-clean on your oven.
- Clean the inside of the microwave.
- Clean the fronts of the dishwasher, stove, and refrigerator.
- Take out old leftovers in the refrigerator.
- Take out expired food from the refrigerator.
- Vacuum and Sweep(Swiffer) kitchen floor.
- Remove trash and recycling from the kitchen and put in your outside trash can.
- Pull out a can or two from the back of your cabinet or pantry and use it for dinner.
- Wipe down the front of the lower cabinets in the kitchen.
- Remove cookbooks you do not use from your collection.
Here is an image you can share with all the 15-minute projects on it.
Make a habit of doing these tasks each day and you too will keep your kitchen organized. Let me know what tasks you can get done in 15 minutes or less to keep your kitchen organized. I would love to hear from you.
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