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  • Nichole Axon-Vaughn

    ***DO THIS ASAP - to organize bags tmmrw, while organizing kitchen! *** use an empty cardboard fridge mate soda case that your sodas come in for storing empty plastic bags. The hole that dispenses the soda is used for both loading your plastic grocery bags and removing.

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