Every kitchen has a junk drawer. Keeping it organized is a constant problem, but there are some simple things you can do to make it better. Junk drawer organization doesn’t have to take you all day. Check out these tips and get started!
In the video below, you’ll see how easy it is to create a “kids’ activity” station in the drawer. That way your kids will have things to keep them occupied at the table while you’re making lunch or dinner.
This is just one way to use that drawer for something a little better than just a pile of… well… junk. A lot of the items included are probably already in your junk drawer already. The trick is finding a place for all of the other stuff that is in there right now. The hardest part is probably deciding to get rid of a lot of it. How many rubber band do you REALLY need? If you must keep them, is the kitchen the right place for that? Learn to put things where they really belong rather than just into the kitchen drawer because it’s convenient. Take those rubber bands to the office.
What’s nice about the video below is that once you have the drawer looking really nice, you’ll be less likely to want to ruin it with excess junk. You’ll set yourself up right for better habits in the future.