Khloé Kardashian would be so proud.
We've all been there: you finally decide to meal prep for the week and you're actually pumped to get your Bobby Flay on. But before you know it, you're shoulder-deep in every one of your kitchen cabinets (and your fridge), chaotically trying to lock down all of the ingredients, measuring spoons, and frying pans you need to make your feast. I’m not one to judge but it sounds like you might need to read up on some kitchen organizing ideas.
Not gonna lie, having an organized kitchen space is somewhat of a passion of mine—yeah, I’m super fun at parties. If you, like me, use your kitchen on the reg, then having all your pantry items and tools in their own designated place makes your life so much easier. And more zen. And cleaner, too. The rest of your life can be in shambles but if your Tupperware is tidy, you'll still feel like a dang adult!
Whether you’re lacking storage space for all your boxed cake mix, have massive cabinets you don’t know what to do with, or you just want tips for enhancing your overall aesthetic, there are kitchen organization ideas here for all levels of chefs. Once you're done with this, I think we both know how you’re going to spend your next free weekend. Drinks and snacks at your place, yes?
Kevin: Captain Crozier was one of my instructor pilots at VFA-125 in 2006 when I was going through training. I vividly remember is passion for his squadron mates, fellow pilots down to the young plane captains who were brand new to the Navy. He went out of his way to make sure we were taken care of in and outside the Navy, and I know that those of us who he worked with will never forget the empathy and compassion he showed us as an exceptional aviator/ Naval Officer.