Those oven mitts are literally filthy.
This article was originally published on Rodale's Organic Life. She also recommends reorganizing everything stored inside
And you don't have to get rid of anything.
Not sure which kitchen items you really use most often? Use Walsh's no-effort experiment to weed out your useless utensils
Professional organizers are able to see things that the rest of us can't. Mainly, the hidden potential buried under layers
It will no longer be a "black hole."
What to do for 15 minutes a week.
Since so much time is spent in our kitchens, it's easy for the space to become cluttered and the furniture to get a little
Some of Sarah's most helpful tips? Only store the things you absolutely need at your fingertips. (This may mean getting rid
Let's face it: As lovely as our kitchens may be, they can quickly (and frequently) become disaster zones. Cooking should