DON'T waste time searching your kitchen for a cup.
Professional organizer Leah Mari posted a video sharing her five best kitchen tidying tips.
WHAT GOES WHERE
Mari said the first step to organizing your kitchen is figuring out "what goes where."
She said she likes to use sticky notes to map out where she plans on putting things.
For example, she'll write "bowls" on a note and stick it where she plans to put her bowls, and so on until she has her entire cabinet space mapped out.
"Put things wherever makes your life easiest," said the organizer.
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"Some people like their glasses by the fridge, while some people like them closer to the dishwasher."
If you'd rather have a glass in easy reach to the fridge when you're thirsty, put them in the closest cabinet.
But, if you'd rather unload your dishwasher in a breeze, store your dishes and glasses as close to the washer as possible.
KEEP CATEGORIES TOGETHER
Keep similar pots, pans, dishes, and silverware together in your cabinets.
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"If a category takes up more space, put it in a larger cabinet that's still convenient," she said.
KEEP IT SIMPLE
When tidying up, Mari said not to go too overboard with the storage products.
She recommended using draw dividers and an under-the-sink rack but said there's no need to have a ton of them.
If you have children, the organization pro said to give them their own cabinet or drawer space.
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She said to make sure it's a lower drawer or cabinet so that your little ones can easily grab what they need all on their own.
Many viewers loved Mari's tips, even saying her packing and organizing content brings them "comfort."
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