Kitchen organisation – Step 3: Get the family involved

Kids dressed up as superheroes

Where's the peanut butter?

You’ve bought the pretty containers, you’ve ordered the custom labels, you’ve got rid of the out-of-date stuff and grouped like-with-like. It looks amazing and you’re so proud of it.
But within a few days it’s back to chaos.
  • Stuff hasn’t been put back in the right spot.
  • You can’t tell which rice is what at a glance.
  • The labels are hard to read…
  • And there are constant shouts of “Where’s the peanut butter?”
It’s so frustrating isn’t it? It does your head in that it’s always a mess, but what’s the point of wasting time and energy (and money) on organising it when it never lasts?
There are a few reasons why this might be happening in your home.
In the final step of my “Reclaim your kitchen” series, I talk about getting everyone in the family involved in the organising process.

How do YOU get your family involved?

It’s not just you that needs to access the kitchen. No two people are the same. We all think differently.

Talk with your family. Ask them what’s working and what’s not working.

Would they put tinned fruit with the other tinned food, or would they put it with snacks? Or does it go with the breakfast cereals as it’s eaten at breakfast time in your family?

Share your tips and ideas in my facebook group, or reach out if you have any questions.

If you’d like some one-on-one help to pick the right pantry containers, or brainstorm some ideas, I can help break it down and find something that works for you and your family. Check out my “Reclaim Your Kitchen Blueprint” package for more details.

Reclaim Your Kitchen Blueprint

The kitchen is the busiest and most hard working space in your home. It’s not surprising that it can get out of control!

Are you ready for an uncluttered and streamlined kitchen, optimised for your unique lifestyle? If you have no idea where to start, let me help you get motivated, keep you accountable and get the job done.

Hi, I'm Sarah.

I’m here to support & motivate overwhelmed families juggling the demands of everyday life.

I believe that what’s in your home should be intentional and organised in a way that makes your life easier, reduces your daily decisions and makes you smile 🙂

As a parent I’m all too familiar with that overwhelming feeling that comes from a never ending to do list and the desire to get it all right. When things start to unravel at home it can take an unnecessary toll.

That’s why I’m passionate about helping you create a home that you can relax and have fun in so you can truly treasure your time together as a family.

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