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If you’ve been looking for an excuse to organize your kitchen, you’ve found it! Kitchen organization is one of those things that constantly gets put off. From the pantry to the cupboards to the drawers to the refrigerator, there can be a lot to organize. As daunting as it sounds, it’s totally worth it and feels amazing once it’s over. It’s time to declutter and start 2022 with a clean and organized kitchen space ready for a year of cooking, baking, and memory-making!

Declutter the Drawers and Cabinets

Drawers, along with cabinets, can be a challenge to organize, which is why they’re first on this list. We all have a kitchen drawer or two filled with a mishmash of utensils or gadgets that are rarely used, if ever. It’s time to take stock of what you use and what you don’t. And be honest with yourself. If you come across something you think you might use in the future (might being the key word)—and you need to talk yourself into keeping it—get rid of it. The less clutter, the better! Set aside a box for everything you want to donate or sell.

Ransack the Refrigerator and Freezer

Next to the drawers, organizing the refrigerator is something few people look forward to. But doing so can make a huge difference. Look through old condiments, containers, and everything else and get rid of foods past their expiration. The same goes for the freezer. This also gives you a chance to take stock of everything you have in your fridge. Once your fridge has been ransacked and reorganized, you’ll marvel at how much brighter it looks. Want to keep your fridge and freezer more accessible going forward? Invest in a Tupperware organizer set or two! These advanced food storage solutions keep food fresher, longer, helping you cut back on food waste while keeping your fridge neat and tidy.

Clear Up the Counterspace

One of the best ways to open up the kitchen is to clear the counters of clutter. Over time, counters can become home to all kinds of things, from rarely-used small kitchen appliances to various pots and pans—and so much more. It’s time to give everything a proper home! You might need to rearrange cabinets to make it happen. If you’ve already decluttered drawers and cabinets, this should be a much easier task. Don’t worry about anything that you use every day, like the coffeemaker or teakettle. They’ve earned a place on your counter.

Seal It Up with Food Storage Containers

As you eliminate clutter, it’s okay to bring in new items—as long as those items serve a useful purpose. Food storage containers are among those items. You may have a set of containers for lunches and leftovers, but containers can go a long way in keeping your kitchen organized across the board. Use food storage containers for anything not already sealed, including pantry staples, cereals, pasta, and more. Food storage containers keep food fresher longer, and they’re great alternatives to leaving opened boxes of dry goods in the pantry. Plus, storage containers help keep things neat and organized—you can see everything at a glance.

About Tupperware

Get organized with Tupperware! For over 75 years, Tupperware has pioneered home food storage and organization solutions. Through continued innovation, the brand is dedicated to reducing food waste and ensuring consumers get more out of their food budget. Tupperware is also known for their obsession with design, creating products that not only last a lifetime, but go above and beyond when it comes to sustainability and environmental responsibility. Discover new and exciting food storage solutions, kitchen tools, cookware, serveware, and more that follow this passionate philosophy. You can even share your own passion for Tupperware® products with the world with a Tupperware® party!

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