10 Things You Shouldn’t Be Storing on Your Kitchen Countertop
According to the findings of the study, piles of papers are the second most prevalent source of stress connected to counter clutter.
As with appliances, there’s no need for the fancy china and dinnerware that you only use on holidays to sit on your counter.
We won’t fault you for wanting to keep the often quite decorative canisters containing your sugar, flour and other such ingredients in plain view on your counter.
It may come as a surprise, but your counter probably isn’t the best place to keep your spice collection.
Fancy knife blocks do look nice, and as such, you may want to keep them in a prominent spot.
Here’s another food that you’ve probably been storing on your counter and inadvertently lessening its quality.
The more visible and accessible your guilty-pleasure snacks are, the more likely you are to grab them.
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