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Miscellaneous Tips Recipe

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Contributor:  
Elizabeth Newmeyer

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Directions:
1. Staple an accordion file folder to the inside of a cabinet door. Place all of your plastic lids in it to keep them out of the way.

2. Use 2 baskets in your pantry for all those lunch treats. One for sweet snacks and one for salty. Then your kids will always know where their snacks are located and you can prevent them from getting something you don't want them to have.

3. When you put food onto the stove or in the oven, set a timer to ring 5 minutes before the food is done. This gives you enough time to make your sauce, gravy, or veggie.

4. Pull out pages from a magazine or catalogue that you want to keep or look at again. Toss the magazine but file the loose pages in a folder or notebook and place it by the computer. The next time you have a few extra minutes, you can review the pages and either toss it, order it, or type it into the computer to keep.

 

 

 

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