Organise your refrigerator to ensure that you know what’s in your fridge, what’s in date and what you need to get rid of.
Keep the items you use most at the front of the fridge
Having a streamlined fridge can make a positive difference to someone on a busy day, given the number of times we go in there – for that morning cup of tea, when making breakfast, lunch and dinner and everything in between. Having the items you use most to hand as soon as you open the fridge door can make a lot of difference.
Make the food items more visible
With such busy lives how could we be expected to remember every single item we own or have bought. The easier the contents of your fridge are to see, the less likely you are to be saddled with out-of-date products.
Keep what you want to eat most in front
If you’re trying to eat more healthily, then make sure your fresh fruit and vegetables are the first thing you see when you open the fridge and hide the chocolate as much as possible.
Store childrens’ items at the lowest possible height
It might involve creating their own area so that items they are allowed to help themselves to are within easy reach and then placing the ‘treats’ higher up or hidden away so they can’t just help themselves.
Make the most of flexible storage
You can often move your refrigerator shelves up and down. So, adjust to suit what you are storing to ensure you don’t have any dead space