Mission 15: Organize Your Kitchen


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52 Organizing Missions

Welcome to Mission 15 of our 52 Get Organized Missions.

When it comes to feeling clear-minded, calm and organized, surfaces are sacred.

Previous missions have guided you through transforming your wardobe and home office. (Get Organized Mission 9: Filing System Nirvana and Get Organized Mission 10: Clear Out Your Closet).

So in this mission we’re going to transform your kitchen into a haven of clarity for nourishing yourself and your household – simply by removing all those surface usurpers.

Remember: you only need 30 minutes for the basic mission. Extended Options are below.

If you’re new, you might like to start here: 52 Organizing Missions.

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2 thoughts on “Mission 15: Organize Your Kitchen

  1. [email protected] says:

    The following are our group responses:
    The following are items we use every day: Coffee machine; Round Utensil Holder; Toaster; Dish Rack w/Drainer; Microwave; Canisters; Salt & Pepper Shakers; Cream & Sugar Bowls.
    We have gathered together all the things on our countertops and kitchen surfaces that we don’t use every day. Including appliances we don’t use every day: crock pot, juicer/blender, recipe books, utensils, knife blocks, condiments, cutting board, etc.
    If you have friends or neighbor who borrow items makes sure they are true friends or true neighbors and return the items to you in good condition. Otherwise, do not let them borrow again.
    We have cleared our cupboard space and have gotten rid of the items we haven’t used in the past 12 months.
    Coffee Machine & Toaster I would keep a backup; doubles of appliances, utensils, storage containers, and etc. personal choice if you use the item daily I would keep a backup.
    Utensils and appliances you use often should be close at hand: silverware drawer & utensil drawer: pizza cutter; ice cream scooper; cheese cutter; pie slicer; cork screw; garlic press; can opener; rubber grip to open lids; scissor board, miniature food processor; choppers; hand mixer, whisk. Duplicates of items we don’t need will be donated. Broken items that cannot be repaired will be trashed.
    Pots and pans you use sometimes should be accessible.
    Keep similar things together.
    Think of the functions in your kitchen these are our common functions: cooking including food preparation; eating; food storage both cold and pantry; recipe and cookbook store in plastic container; home office with bill paying center and home mail organizer center.
    Return all items to their proper location keeping items accessible that you use daily.
    Make sure your kitchen is cleaned after breakfast and dinner daily as a part of our normal daily routine.

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