Skip to main content

Kitchen Organization Tips

I saw this video maybe about a month ago and I would like to share it with you because it is very nice to have some tips on how to organize your kitchen especially if you have a rather small one. Three quick tips I've learned are
  • to keep like things together for example keep the spices together or ingredients used for baking. The lady in the video uses this technique in her cupboards as well as in her refrigerator.
  • to use a mini-container to put the common things you need while cooking like the salt, pepper, oil, seasoning, etc so that it will be easy to get them and put them back to where you store them.
  • keep the counters clear so you have more working space by hanging some things up or keeping the things stored in the drawers or cupboards.
Watch the video and you will learn a thing or two on how you can improve the organization of your kitchen and especially your refrigerator. I particularly like how the lady in the video used the lazy Susan and some spice racks in an unconventional way.  With a kitchen like hers, I think cooking and working will be more pleasant.

If you have other kitchen organization tips, I hope you will also share it in the comments section.


Popular posts from this blog

Which Brand of Electric Fan Do You Recommend?

It’s really hot now and it’s so untimely that one of our fans gave up on us. We only have 2 working. Actually, since we came here in the Philippines 2 years ago, we’ve already bought 6 fans and I’m not satisfied with how they worked for only a short time. We bought 2 Standard industrial stand fans, one broke in less than a year while the other one is still working. We bought 1 Union desk fan and this one lasted 2 years. Then, we bought 1 Dowell stand fan because of a sale but then it was defective within one month. We brought it to their service center, they got it fixed but then the entire head (with the fan blade) of the fan flew off (nasira ang hinang).

What's the Best Shampoo For Getting Rid of Head Lice?

When my family was staying in the Middle East, my daughters had no problems with head lice or “kuto.” A head louse (lice, plural) is a six-legged parasite that feeds on blood in the human head. Lice do not jump or fly, but crawl only. They do not carry any disease, but they suck blood and cause itchiness. Here’s a photo showing the life cycle of head lice. The life cycle of head lice. Image taken from When we came back to the Philipines , I was taken by surprise one day when I saw my daughters

Sisa Monologue Script in English

Last second quarter, my Grade 8 daughter's English class teacher asked them to present a Monologue in class. The teacher asked the students to choose a character on whom they want to base their monologue. My daughter chose Sisa of Noli Me Tangere. The problem is that most of the Sisa monologue Script that can be found on the internet are in Filipino or Tagalog. You can't find one in English. Well, there's one but it was very, very short, just one paragraph, I think. And so, we had no choice but to make a Sisa monologue script in English. It's not required for the students to make their own script and so I helped my daughter produce one. I just looked up a good Sisa script in Tagalog online and translated it. Thank God for Google Translate as it helped me do 50% of the work. The Google translation was not 100% accurate, so I still had to edit it. Here's the final script (515 words), which I want to share with you (and other people looking for Sisa monologue