I am absolutely 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. I’m choosing peace of mind one project at a time. Today I choose an easier less involved project as I had a very busy afternoon already planned.
Before: Tupperware Cabinet
I call it the “Tupperware cabinet” for lack of a better word to describe it. I don’t actually have any real Tupperware, but you know what I mean. With a busy afternoon planned that included decorating my son’s birthday cake, and supervising my kid’s while they made homemade chocolate chip cookies I knew I needed a project that wouldn’t take a lot of time. This cabinet wasn’t in terrible shape as it drives my hubby crazy when everything starts piling on top of each other and he can’t find lids for anything.
The back part of the cabinet was worse than the front. It’s one of those huge corner cabinets where you can throw everything in the back in the dark corner and pretend like you don’t see it. I went through each container and made sure everything had lids, and I got rid of things we don’t use. My absolute favorite tried and true containers are my glass pyrex food storage containers. I got them as a wedding gift almost 20 years ago and still use them weekly. I love that no matter what you put in them, they don’t stain.
After: Tupperware Cabinet
This looks so much better! I can actually find a lid for each container!
Cabinet by cabinet, room by room, and closet by closet my house is getting cleaned out and it feels amazing! I hope you are joining me!
If you’ve missed any of the previous posts in this series, I’ve included links below.