I know most people think of January as the time to start fresh, but for me, it’s always spring. As soon as the weather warms up and the days get longer, I get energized and motivated to make everything around me look and feel new, fresh and clean. You know, the saying – out with the old, and in with the new.
Spring-cleaning usually means raking the yard and washing windows, but let’s not forget about the kitchen. This is a perfect time of year to do a deep clean of the pantry shelves and refrigerator. Toss the old and expired things lurking way in the back of the shelves, or the mostly empty condiments on the refrigerator door. Scrub it all down, and when you’re ready to replace everything, take a good, hard look at the food labels, and make sure things are worth keeping. Continue Reading..