how to stay organized | a look at my fridge

  1. Arna says:

    Do you have a link to the open containers/trays you have used for the condiments on the shelves? We have too many condiments for just on the door haha! Thanks. Arna

  2. GL Gardener says:

    I use those same bins in my refrigerator.
    I ordered mine online from The Container Store. They have really helped me stay organized.
    Thanks for sharing. Always looking for ways to stay organized as it is a time saver.

  3. Sandy says:

    I’m a big one for refrigerator organization. One other tip: using painter’s tape (which removes easily with no residue) write the date on the tape and put it on the leftover container. That way the question of “how long has this been in here?” is answered. At my house, we don’t let leftovers stay in the frig past one week. I also write the date opened on all my condiments.

  4. Lisa says:

    First, your fridge looks great and well stocked. Secondly, I like the re-arrangement of your kitchen table and chairs. Lastly, do you ever just take your Redi-Whip and take a few hits from the can? Absolutely, no judgment👍!

  5. Katie Damitz says:

    Your fridge looks great. It is better not to keep milk in the door shelves as that is not as cool as the main part of the fridge. Ps I enjoy your blog every day !

  6. Eve says:

    I love being organized but because of the virus I tend to have a lot more to store in my fridge and pantry. I buy Sheetrock pans from homedepot, the long rectangular ones, for storage in my fridge. Perfect for those bottles of lemon juice and small jars.
    You look ready for a closeup even around the house. 🙂

  7. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Great advice! Thank you and the blog sister for The Container Store tip. We sized down on a new fridge just as the lockdown came…boy, that was not smart. Today’s tips will help tremendously. As ever, you look marvelous! Now I need to get cute ankle jogging pants too~

  8. Gloria says:

    You must be southern, you have the large sized Dukes Mayonnaise jar! 🙂 PS absolutely adore your dining room!

  9. Lyn says:

    It’s just the two of us now, but our large French style frig was absolutely stuffed with food. Staying home more, and doing less frequent but larger shopping hauls was just too much. I recently purchased the same containers, and I love them. One is for Asian flavorings, another for ice cream toppings, etc. I also have frig mats that I line my produce drawers with. They are available at Bed Bath & Beyond, and Amazon. They are washable. I wash all the produce and wrap lettuces, etc. in paper towels and put them in zip-loc storage bags. The liners help keep the drawers fresh and odor free. Beth, I love your outfit – awesome. I plan on wearing more of this type of outfits this winter.

  10. Pat says:

    Would love to order the jacket but very few sizes left in navy. I love Talbots straight leg yoga pants. Prefer old style with back pockets. Love the can and egg holder. Did these come with your fridge? Did not see online at Container store.

  11. Andrea says:

    Perfect timing, Beth. Awaiting arrival of new French door fridge and your organization ideas are spot on. Secondly, you look fantastic in that navy outfit and the lip is perfect.

    Word to the wise, as a farm girl, brown eggs are usually more expensive but they aren’t more nutritious. They just come from a different hen. Also Omega eggs aren’t either. Very little actually ends up in the egg, but If you want to be responsible, please purchase free range eggs – cruelty free. 💝

  12. Stephanie Bailey says:

    The Woodford reserve cherries are a must in my fridge, too!

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