I am loving Project Simplify, and I hope you are too. Not only is it helping me be purposeful in cleaning, organizing, and decluttering my home, it kicking my behind in gear to finish a project each day. Being intentional is such a key in reaching long-term goals. If you missed the first post in this series, click here to catch up. I hope you will join me as we choose one project per day, no matter how small. Since I started in my kitchen last week, I’m going to stay here until I complete the entire room.
Now, from this view, my fridge and freezer don’t look too bad. However, the shelves were dirty, and things had been spilled and dripped down to the very bottom under the shelf. It was just time for a thorough deep cleaning. Because I knew this project was going to take a long time, and during the week homeschooling takes most of my day, I started on Saturday.
I know you can’t tell just how shiny and clean my fridge and freezer are. I took out every single shelf and drawer and washed them with hot soapy water, and I wiped down every inch of everything else. I had a ton of old food in the freezer that we got rid of and organized all of our insulin by expiration date. My hubby and daughter are both type I diabetics, so the bottom drawer in the fridge is completely dedicated to insulin.
If you’ve missed any of the previous posts in this series, I’ve included links below.
Project Simplify: Homeschool Room Closet
Project Simplify: Homeschool Room & Pantry
Project Simplify: Laundry Room
Project Simplify: Tupperware Cabinet
Project Simplify: Pots & Pans
Project Simplify: Under the Kitchen Sink
Project Simplify: Baking Pan Cabinet
Project Simplify: More Kitchen Cabinets
Project Simplify: Kitchen Drawers
Project Simplify: Kitchen Cabinets