Multitier serving pieces are ideally suited to stowing the baubles and beads you wear most often. They allow you to store jewelry (in an untangled fashion!) by type or grouping and let you immediately access the pieces that best complement your outfit. A paper towel holder doubles as a place to stack bracelets and rings./

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Multitier serving pieces are ideally suited to stowing the baubles and beads you wear most often. They allow you to store jewelry (in an untangled fashion!) by type or grouping and let you immediately access the pieces that best complement your outfit. A paper towel holder doubles as a place to stack bracelets and rings./

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How to organize your pantry in 6 easy steps: 1. Wipe down shelves with soap and water to capture any dust or crumbs. 2. Take inventory and throw away expired products. 3. Label the front of the shelf to remind you where items are. 4. Invest in a large set of clear glass or plastic jars for storage. 5. Shop for extra storage items like bins and baskets for small items. 6. Reload the pantry. Remember to group like items together: flour and sugar with baking supplies; pasta and grains with…

Organizing Your Pantry in 6 Easy Steps

How to organize your pantry in 6 easy steps: 1. Wipe down shelves with soap and water to capture any dust or crumbs. 2. Take inventory and throw away expired products. 3. Label the front of the shelf to remind you where items are. 4. Invest in a large set of clear glass or plastic jars for storage. 5. Shop for extra storage items like bins and baskets for small items. 6. Reload the pantry. Remember to group like items together: flour and sugar with baking supplies; pasta and grains with…

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