I don't know about you, but I find that keeping our tupperware cabinet in order is nearly impossible. Everything is mismatched since we collect things along the way so nothing matches up; you find a lid but can't find the container, you find the container & not the lid. I picked up an inexpensive wire basket from Marshalls & a wire riser to I could maximize space.
As with our tupperware cabinet, our baking cabinet is also filled with oddly shaped pans that I find are hard to keep in order. I took everything out, wiped the cabinet down, lined it with contact paper & loaded back up in a more effective way.
I forgot the before on the above pic, but I assure you it was a hot mess. I got rid of appliances we no longer use like the air pop popcorn maker & this old spice rack from our wedding shower 12 years ago. Both took up a lot of room so that made a big difference. I'm all about purging & keeping things minimal since I loath clutter. We also store our liquor in here & our takeout menus are all together in a red folder that you can sort of see off to the far left.
With all the organizing going on, I've still managed to enjoy the day with Little Miss Potty Training. I've still yet to see the gal pee in the stinking potty. One of this days it will happen. It has to, right?!
We ran to Target before getting Cameron & a woman asked me how old Reese was. It dawned on me that she's officially two & a half today! Happy half birthday, Reese Elizabeth!
Speaking of Target, I picked up this rug to pull in more of the turquoise color I so love!
I mentioned in this post that during the week, I mostly cook very simple meals with a protein, starch & veggie simply seasoned & cooked. Yesterday I threw brown rice in our rice cooker with some spices & while that cooked, I roasted tofu that had marinated for thirty minutes in a teriyaki sauce at 425 degrees for about forty minutes. During the last twenty minutes of cooking, I slid a pan of asparagus seasoned with olive oil, salt & pepper into the oven & dinner was done. I always line my pans with foil since I don't have the time or patience to scrub pans after dinner. Easy peasy & healthy too. And if you think you don't like tofu (I'm talking to you, Lesli!) it probably wasn't seasoned & cooked properly! Anywho, hope you're all having a happy hump day!