Healthy kitchen organizing tips were on the menu recently when John and OrganizingLA provided tips to Healing Lifestyles & Spas Magazine's Tip of the Day, mailed to subscribers.
"Do you cook up a tornado for dinner? Is your kitchen cluttered with random "as seen on TV" gizmos, snacks, mail, scribbled post-its, car keys, and, oh yeah, food? Preparing dinner would likely be less daunting if you entered an organized kitchen that was cleared of clutter and focused on food. John Trosko, president of OrganizingLA, a Los Angeles- based professional organizing company, warns against purchasing singular-use gadgets and instead recommends focusing on kitchen tools that serve at least three or four purposes.
Regardless of the size of your kitchen, creating a "culinary oasis," complete with sections for specific items will help simplify your prep process insists Trosko. "Create a baking center, a breakfast center, a snack zone, a space for spices, baby food, and a roasting department." Don't forget the family communications center for those quick shopping lists, phone messages, scissors, and a place to store incoming mail."
For Segal's tips, check out the article-- it's worth the visit.
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