Organizing with DPRO – 2 Easy Tasks: Organizing Kitchen Utensils and Cutlery Drawer

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Organizing Kitchen Utensils

As we enter Day 5 of the #OrganizingWithDPRO challenge, I review one of my favourite organizing tasks. Organizing kitchen utensils and cutlery is something I probably do 2 to 3 times a year. I love to keep these orderly and free of superfluous items.

Organizing Cutlery Drawer

There is no reason to have foreign forks or spoons in your cutlery drawer nor is there any need to buy special gadgets for one task. We did recently add a flat whisk because it seems we have a love of whisks in this household. My daughter bought it for my husband so he could easily whisk the gravy.

Cutlery Drawer

We have also added two more cookbooks to the collection and that may mean its time to review those also. That will come in Day 9 of this organizing challenge.

I have two videos to help you get organized on this reprise of the 4 M series. This series focused on quick organizing tasks that can be completed in 15-20 minutes or less. Margarita Manic Monday Minutes is my way of encouraging you to try and get organized one small task at a time.

Organizing Kitchen Utensils

Kitchen Utensils

Both of these videos give you practical tips on how to organize and shows you just what I do in our home. These are on-going tasks and should be repeated at couple of times a year.

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Margarita Ibbott is a travel and lifestyle blogger. She blogs about travel in Canada, the United States and Europe giving practical advice through restaurant, hotel and attraction reviews. She writes for DownshiftingPRO.com and other online media outlets.