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Summer Organizing Tip: Create a Watermelon Shelf

Summer Organizing Tip: Create a Watermelon Shelf

On a hot, humid summer day, there is nothing more refreshing than a slice of ice cold watermelon! The organizational problem with watermelon, however, is that it is so large and takes up a lot of space in the fridge. If you are a watermelon […]

Minimalism Lessons from my Refrigerator

Minimalism Lessons from my Refrigerator

I have a couple of loose ends to tie up from previous posts and will be using my Fridays this month to do that. Back in November when we were chatting about food, the Ruly Challenge that month was to eat from the fridge and […]

Ruly Humor: Making Peace with the Office Fridge

Ruly Humor: Making Peace with the Office Fridge

There are few issues in a business office that involve as many politics as the shared office refrigerator.¬† Naturally, we treat lunches and snacks very personally and when we leave our food somewhere for safekeeping, we want to find it safe and fresh when we […]

Storage Solutions: Food

Storage Solutions: Food

Hope you had a wonderful weekend and that you are continuing your efforts to eat from your fridge and pantry stores. ¬†Remember, the more you eat at home now, the more money you are saving, the more space you are freeing up for yummy, fresh […]

Ruly Challenge: Eat From Your Pantry and Find Your Fridge!

Ruly Challenge: Eat From Your Pantry and Find Your Fridge!

This month’s Ruly Challenge will give you back precious space, put money in your wallet, save the planet and perhaps allow you to shed a few pounds too! Intrigued?¬† Read on! When I opened my own pantry last week, I found it was so jammed […]