Here at jmm PR, we have been scouring the internet for our favourite articles of the week.
This week brings some top tips to help declutter the kitchen and some easy Easter themed bakes to try!
Here at jmm PR, we’re always on the lookout for tips on how to declutter our homes, particularly when it comes to the kitchen. Whether it’s herbs and spices purchased but never used, mugs received as presents that take up space and gather dust, or that big pile of unused tea towels that you just can’t bring yourself to throw away, the kitchen is renowned for being one of the top places in the home most likely to witness a build-up of mess. So if, like us, you’re planning your big spring clean and need some decluttering tips to help along the way, then make sure you check out this article.
For those of us that are guilty of hiding unused items away in cupboards instead of clearing them out, this article from these three rooms provides 10 top tips on how to streamline your kitchen. Ranging from ideas such as organising cleaning supplies and the ingredients in your fridge, to storage hacks such as emptying ingredients into glass jars and using a pegboard to hang mugs, utensils and tea towels, this article is sure to help you on your way to a more organised kitchen.
Whether you opt to install some open shelving, purchase a portable trolley or use woven baskets to store items like pasta and baking ingredients, these ideas will not only help you to declutter your home, but will also ensure that it’s a stylish and streamlined space too. So, if you’re on the lookout for ways to rid your kitchen of mess and clutter, or just want some smart storage inspiration, make sure you check out this article. We may even have a kitchen declutter ourselves this weekend!
Now that we’re having to stay inside, what better time to try out your baking skills! This article from Good Homes features four super easy Easter themed recipes that all focus on using up the ingredients lurking at the back of the cupboards.
From hot cross buns to spiced biscuits, there is something for everyone to try. Whether you’ve got children who want to get involved or feel like challenging yourself with a brand new bake then this is a great way to spend some time (plus you get to eat lots of treats after!)
Our favourite recipe is definitely the carrot and cream cheese cupcakes! With just four easy steps there really can’t be anything that could go wrong. Plus, you can always mix it up and make different flavoured cupcakes if you aren’t a fan of carrot cake! So, if you’re looking for some sweet treat inspiration then be sure to read this article from Good Homes and get baking!
Steph and Briar at jmm PR
3rd April 2020