Organizing the Kitchen and a Book Giveaway

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Organization in a small house isn’t a resolution, but more of a way of life. I try to spend at least 10-15 minutes each day organizing some part of the house, but main areas such as the kitchen need a good reorganizing at least a couple of times a year.

Last year, when Brette Sember’s book, “The Organized Kitchen” came out, I got it and thought it was a great resource for anyone needing a little organizational help.

If your New Year resolution is to organize your home, particularly your kitchen, you’ll want this book, and Brette has generously offered to give one copy away to one of our lucky Living Large community.

Entering is simple. Just make a comment on this post before noon US CDT on Monday, January 14. Please make sure you check in on the post on Tuesday, January 15 to see if you won. If you want automatic notice of posts, go to the bottom right and click on “Entries RSS” and sign up for RSS Feed. If I announce that I drew your name, you must email me at by noon CDT Wednesday, January 16 with your snail mail address to claim your book. Sorry, international readers, this one is open to U.S. residents only.

Tell us why you would like to have this book!

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22 Responses

  1. Donna Hull says:

    I missed the contest but that’s okay. I so behind on kitchen organizing that I’ll just buy The Organized Kitchen. Sounds like just the advice that I need.

  2. cathy legrand says:

    im building new home. i thought it was small until i read this.. 1300 sq ft. i have too much stuff !

  3. merr says:

    I could definitely benefit from this book! Brette’s books are a wealth of info.

  4. I need this book — and soon! We’ll be adding some badly needed shelves in our kitchen and require help with our chronic lack of organization.

  5. Sheryl M says:

    Count me in too! I can always use organizational help.

  6. Susan says:

    I could use some help in my kitchen. count me in

  7. Melissa Faulkner says:

    Oh my gosh! Why do I need this book? I am so disorganized that I can’t even figure out how to clear my e-mail. My kitchen is so disorganized that I have seriously thought about knocking on neighbor’s doors, who have the same floor plan, to ask if I could look in their cabinets.

  8. Robbie says:

    pity…only in USA
    looks like an interesting and helpful book!
    Good luck everyone 🙂

  9. ChristineGL says:

    I would love any tips that help my kitchen feel more organized! It sounds like a great book – my kitchen is due for a thorough New year’s cleaning!

  10. Katie Dunning says:

    A man had to of designed my kitchen because no woman in their right mind would have left out a pantry and ample room for pots and pans =x I would love to learn the secrets of making a not so fulfilling kitchen into a fulfilling one. Thanks! Katie

    • Kerri says:

      LOL, Katie. I say the same thing about hotel bathrooms without swing-out make-up mirrors because the other mirrors are always so far away with those huge counter tops! 🙂 Good luck!

  11. Nanci Bliss-Kelley says:

    I could certainly use that! I keep giving away extras to the Goodwill but STILL I have too much in the kitchen and not enough space. Argh!