For me, looking at pictures of perfectly organized pantries, fridges, and closets is like listening to ASMR. It soothes me. But could I do it myself? Probably not in the ways in looks in those perfect pictures. There are always 72 cans of Spindrift strategically turned with the labels facing front and color coordinated with every breed of vegetable. But Tanner and I live just minutes away from our families, we don’t entertain a great deal, and our one child is exclusively breast fed. The reality is we don’t have a whole lot of food in our fridge on any given day, and it’s certainly not made up of just seltzer water and perishables. Here’s how I organized our fridge in a way that works for us.
I know, our fridge looks a little bit slim! Like I said, we are just two people, and even though I work from home and need lunches, we have a lot of meals at with family outside of the home. But when our fridge is organized, it’s so much easier to meal plan and have a little date night at home. When I cleaned out the fridge to get this done, I found three different containers of parmesan, unopened, that we had purchased with intent of cooking Italian one night! But now that I can see everything we have, it’s easy to open the fridge and say, “THIS is what I’m making for dinner tonight.”
Here’s to hoping that my cute little salad spinner helps me eat more greens! XOXO.
thanks for visiting! there's a first time for everything, and I share those firsts here every week. to chat one on one, follow me on Instagram @becs.lynk