How to use your pot drawer to organize your snacks to grab & go for school/work lunches:
Alternatively, you may prefer to organize your coffee pods:)
Either way, you may wish to purchase this at your local Dollarama
I’d love to see photos of your organization ideas, please share!
I love the snack idea, but where do you put the pots?
Great question, Michael! In my case, this was a pot drawer that I was using for something other than pots: I was storing pantry-type items that I stock up on in here and so I shifted those the the shelves where I had all the snacks hiding behind each other. The snacks were difficult to access because they are small and were on a shelf above eye-level that was much deeper than the size of the snack, which meant a lot of shifting to gain access. In your case, you may want to consider, if possible, moving your pots to wherever your snacks are now, as pots are larger, neater, and easier to access than boxes and baggies hiding behind one another on a shelf. Another option, if you don’t have pot lighting: a pot rack mounted on the ceiling…
I love this idea…but then again one of my daughters is all about snacking and I think we’d have to pry her off of the drawer numerous times a day! I wonder where else I could apply this idea..home office for clips, post it’s, stamps, pens…
There is definitely a danger there. We try to leave as many bowls of fruit out on the counter as possible to encourage them to go there first. They also know that this is a lunch & work snack drawer, so far they’re respecting it…most of the time 🙂
So glad! Thanks Cheryl!
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