3 Things I Leave Out On My Kitchen Counters {And 3 Things I Don’t}


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Over the past several years I’ve discovered the beauty and functionality of uncluttered counters.

I find it quite liberating.

Seeing clean countertops lifts a visual, mental and even emotional burden for me.

A few advantages of uncluttered counters:

  • They are easier to clean. Simply wipe and go!
  • There is so much glorious workspace. Cooking dinner, baking, and even the putting away of groceries gain fluidity…

Click over to The Humbled Homemaker where I’m posting today to read more.

 

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Comments

  1. Shawna says:

    i love clean and uncluttered counters. I personally keep out my Keurig, stand mixer and spice rack….although someday I plan to have one of those magnetic spice wall hangy things, so that will clear more counter space! Good blog!!!

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