Pantry Organization Tips {Written by Cassie}

January is a great month to get organized! With the enormous
holidays behind us we may have more time to get started on our goals of making
our homes more organized and clean. Here are a few tips to get started.

 

“It’s in the doing not
just the thinking that we accomplish our goals.”

-Thomas S. Monson

 

Where do you start?

 

I took a good look at my pantry to see what containers I had
and needed. I also used a lot of what I already had. I like to use common
containers to look clean and orderly. Dollar Tree, Target, Walmart are a few
great places to find inexpensive containers.

 

1.     
Start by taking out all of your food.

2.     
Clean, dust and sweep your pantry before you put
everything away.

3.     
Throw away expired items.

4.     
Arrange food items that are alike in baskets.

5.     
Use jars for baking items such as nuts,
chocolate chips, etc.

6.     
Use larger containers for food storage items
such as flour, sugar, rice etc.

 

 

 

Here is a picture of my baking pantry. Items used only for baking.

*Brown baskets from Dollar Tree*

*White baskets from Target*

*Red lid containers from Costco*

 

*Clear
containers from Walmart*

 

 

This is my second pantry for snacks, canned
foods, canning and craft containers. I also use this pantry to store my 72-hour
kits and folders for my family.

Large white containers from Macey’s grocery
store.

Canning racks from Costco.

 

 

 

 

Do you have an organizing tip for your pantry? Share it in the comment section. Thanks in advance!

 

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