I’m in Woman’s World Magazine
My ideas were published in a National Magazine! Hoot!!
I was asked by a reporter from Woman’s World Magazine, Gabrielle Lichteman - for some ideas on how to organize a kitchen using some inexpensive options. I offered her several ideas and she published 2 of them. I think it is cool to see “Organize with Sandy.com” in print on a magazine page!! hee hee
You can see them a little better in this cropped version of the article.
You can read them in the number 4 and Number 5 options. She did get a bit confused on the Number 5 option. I suggested a rack on the back of the pantry door, but it is a rack that is wire so that you can put cans etc in it. I use a clear shoe organizer on the back of other doors for things like hats, gloves, small toys… but I didn’t suggest that for a pantry.
Here is the blog post I did on organizing your pantry for less. It has both of the ideas I am sharing here in the article. Using the un-used space I like to do using wire hanging baskets (off of the shelf) and using floor space and tall cupboard space.
I’m not upset at all that things got a little confused, but this is what I was telling her about. But over a phone it could have easily gotten mixed up. so I understand. If you did use a clear shoe organizer you could put packets of Kool-aide, small packets like onion soup mix, cake decorating sprinkles and supplies, even spices that are used frequently. So I suppose you could use that, but I hadn’t thought of it before. lol
But isn’t it cool that I have my ideas in a National Magazine? I don’t know about you but I’m thrilled with that! What is even neater is that when I was at the Toyota Tour in Evansville, IN last week – I had one of the other bloggers when she was introduced to me say, “Hey, you were in Woman’s World weren’t you? I just read that the other day!”. Hee hee… so someone actually read it and related it to me.
This was the October 4, 2010 edition of Woman’s World Magazine, page 35.
I have also been recently featured on the Cleveland Moms Like Me blog page as their “Meet the Blogger” for this month. Cool huh?