My spouse and I have both been a little under the weather for a few days. I don't know exactly what we were dealing with, but he had it much worse than I. He's finally back to work and I now feel like getting something accomplished. I'd been going through the motions of cooking and doing laundry, but my heart wasn't in either of those tasks. My subconscious mind often suggested that I shouldn't bother doing today what I could put off until tomorrow....or the next day....or the next, but I'm steering my thoughts in a different direction today.
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LABELS ON BACKS OF JARS - CONTENTS AND DATES
The clutter in my open pantry has bothered me for awhile now. At first I didn't see it as clutter because I love my vintage coffee pots, tins, old jars, and utensils. But the truth is, I rarely use any of them and they're taking up space. I decided a change was in order. (I think this is the beginning of Spring cleaning.) I rounded up half-gallon Ball jars, sterilized them, and let them thoroughly dry so I could use them as storage for pasta, flour, and other sundries. I plan to display them in the open pantry and hope that will serve a number of purposes: I'll be able to reach them easier and will see at a glance how much I have on hand. Having all those boxes out of the enclosed pantry will allow for more room for canned goods and baking supplies. So on this first official day of Spring, I have "officially" begun some needed reorganization. HAPPY SPRING!