The home you reside is the location you commence and end each day. It is a place where you should be able to feel at calm, in control and relaxed. Because your kitchen is central to your way of living and is the recipient of a lot of traffic, it is imperative to keep this part of your home organized. Here’s a step by step guide on how to get, and keep, your kitchen organized.
Not knowing exactly what would work for me and what wouldn’t, I decided to do a bit of research on my own. I found that Sambucol, and elderberry extract, suppressed the growth of the influenza virus in lab tests. I read how an herb called Astragalus can help boost the immune system, and that the benefits of echinacea may be overrated.
While you’re in the kitchen, find out if there are adjustments you can make there to improve mom’s efficiency later on. If you can introduce some new kitchen storage tools to help ease some of her organization pain, you really are a great friend.
Keeping your floor clean is important in your kitchen also. Getting in the habit of sweeping after Meal Prep on a budget and eating (if you have an eat-in kitchen) will help it appear cleaner. Washing your floor is so much easier than in grandma’s day with disposable pads for sweepers. Chose what works best for you by determining how high traffic your space is and what kind of flooring you have.
For instance, all of the activities that make up my morning routine are time consistent. I know that each morning I need 30 minutes to meditate, and another 5-10 minutes to write down any thoughts that come up during my meditation.
For many people, unlocking their creativity is a lot like siphoning water out of a fish tank. At first the water just dribbles out. But eventually it begins to flow.
Throw all the ingredients for beef stew into your crock pot in the morning, set it to “low” and turn on the timer for a delicious pre-made meal that will be ready when you walk in the door in the evening. There is nothing faster than “done”.