There are so many reasons why keeping a routine is important for our health, mentally and physically. A new year, a fresh start. Let's reset and start focusing on ourselves and goals for once. We all start the new year off strong but then slowly fall back and return to what is comfortable for us. When COVID changed our lives for the forceable future, we all started new routines, more comfortable routines. Since we are still home for the most part.
Have you tried and tried to organize your linen closet but it always seems to become messy over time? I have tried that too many times and kept failing every time. I finally found a cheap and quick solution! For some time I was looking for bins that were cheap and in a neutral color. I really did not want to spend between $6-$11 on each bin! I needed ten bins and so for me that did not make much sense.
Another school year right? Wrong! Another school year that will be different from any other year we've experienced. The wait to see if school will be in session in person, hybrid or remote. Preparing for school during covid-19 is quite challenging. This pandemic has changed the way we proceed with everything, from grocery shopping to socializing.
Whether your in the kitchen cooking or baking we would all like to make life a bit easier. Don't get me wrong. I love being in the kitchen creating new dishes. However, I cook breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday with one day a week we usually do pizza or sushi. I prefer to move things along most days! These aren't just any hacks I am sharing with you, but hacks that I use frequently to make my days easier. Here are 20 hacks that I use every time in the kitchen!
I rather clean my kitchen over my bathroom anyday. Sometimes I am in the mood to clean but that is not often. To keep myself on schedule I write down my to do list in my weekly planner to remember. As there a billion other things we would rather do than clean! I've actually just started a bullet journal and have created a checklist with weekly, monthly and bi-annual cleaning tasks to do. Below is a cleaning schedule organized by daily, weekly, monthly and bi-annual tasks.