Feeling overwhelmed with cooking? Let’s start with just one drawer in your kitchen.
An organized drawer doesn’t just look better, it will actually help you feel better.
When even a single utensil drawer is set up like a well-curated boutique, you’ll start cooking each meal with the message that you and your peace of mind matter.
This is why I wrote a whole post on kitchen organization, using a super easy kitchen zone system. And guess what? There’s even a cheat sheet you can download from that post that will help get you organized.
So start with just one drawer, maybe the one where the spatulas try to eat you every time you open it. Or maybe it’s the needy drawer that just refuses to close because the potato masher gets jammed up up in the back.
Dump it all out and pick up each item one at a time. Ask yourself:
- Is it current or is it outdated/broken?
- Have I used this in the past year?
- Do I even want this thing?
Then, if it doesn’t pass muster, toss it in the donate box.
If you do one drawer once a week — spending literally 15 minutes of time — by the time the holidays roll around, you will have a WHOLE NEW ORGANIZED KITCHEN.
Sounds pretty awesome, doesn’t it?
If you’re looking to become a more confident, creative cook, the Fearless Cooking Club is designed to help you overhaul your cooking skills, shift your eating habits, and take better care of yourself on the daily.
It will teach you how to be a more efficient cook, too.
Get ready, because when you join, you’ll get instant access to a ton of valuable content, including program materials, videos, and resources, and a bunch of amazing bonus content that you can’t get anywhere else.
Here’s the best part – while the program focuses specifically on cooking, it breaks down the process of how to improve the flavor and creativity of literally any food.
Once you’ve become a more efficient cook, you can use the tools you’ve learned to in so many other areas of your life. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
I promise you this: regardless of how overwhelmed you feel, or how seldom you cook yourself a healthy dinner in the evening, you will start to see progress and results.
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