Cut Clutter in the Kitchen

Open the kitchen cabinets … and you can tell it’s time for a kitchen declutter!

Pudding mixes perch on top of the cereal, showering down onto the head of a sleepy, squawking teen each morning.

To reach the oatmeal pan, you must shove aside a stack of pizza coupons, the bread machine pan and a glass jar of pickles.

The top of the refrigerator is a greasy, dusty jumble of unfinished crafts projects, the dog’s leash, empty prescription bottles, broken toys and fast-food drink cups.