The 3 Most Important Parts Of My Kitchen
Leslie Moore has already showered, responded to e-mails, fed the dog, and made breakfast for her toddler—and it’s not even 7 AM.
Leslie Moore’s life is busy. So busy that she really needs something to help her conquer the craziness, er, busyness, of the day. For Leslie, that’s a kitchen organized with pull-out shelves from ShelfGenie.
“Time is a precious commodity,” says Leslie. “That’s why an organized kitchen is so important to me. It’s key—especially when I’m trying to get everybody ready in the morning.”
Leslie has ShelfGenie pull-out shelves in her kitchen to help keep things organized—and to keep everything within reach.
“The pull-out shelves in my kitchen help me see everything I have. Before getting them, things would get buried in the back of a cabinet or in my pantry. Now I can see everything.”
Leslie utilizes all areas of her kitchen—from the coffee station to the baking area—but there are the three parts of her kitchen that she considers to be the most important.
Trash. “The pull-out trash and recycling solution I have basically changed my life. With little kids, you have a lot of trash and a lot of recycling. It’s easy to access and always out of the way so I don’t have to look at it all the time.”
Pantry. “We waste less food because we now we know what we have. We see what’s in there and we see when it expires. Plus, everything is so easy to access.”
My son’s shelf. “My son has his own shelf. It’s low so he can access it and it has his snacks, his sippy cups, and more. If he wants a snack, he knows exactly where to get it.”