The pantry is always cleaner on the other side of the street.
When I only had a kitchen cabinet for food storage, I was sure a walk-in pantry would solve my problems.
Now I know the problem is me.If you can't see your food, you may buy it twice or let it spoil.
I made a special trip for oatmeal when a whole new canister sat on the floor. I let onions sprout and sweet potatoes rot.
I was too tired to get the pantry organized, but my lack of organization used more energy in the long run.Emergency preparedness starts in the pantry.
My 5-gallon jugs of water expired last year, and we had eaten through the peanut butter reserves. I am so grateful I have the chance to restock before a tornado blows through.Pantry organization begins and ends with me.
Though I muttered a lot about snack-spilling kids and tall people who hide the garbage bags, this is my job. Doing it well depends on self-discipline.
Has organizing ever brought your own heart-issues to light?