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I picked up this book “The Complete Book of Home Organization” over a year ago at Sam’s Club. I love this book and am SOOO glad I bought my own copy so that I can refer back to it, mark it up, and continue learning from this great book on organizing your house.
The author, Toni Hammersley has some great ideas as to how to not only organize your home, but how to KEEP it organized.
Hammersley breaks down how to organize each room in your house and is very specific with ideas that can be a big “game-changer” when it comes to not having clutter everywhere.
Currently I looked and found this book on Amazon for $11.98 which is a great price.
If you are up for organizing during this time of quarantine, click here to purchase the book.
And as always, I would love to hear some of your favorite organizing books!
Here’s what I have in my gluten-free cold storage.
As a family we always try to be prepared with food on hand “just in case” there is a food crisis.
For those that are gluten- free or have a food allergy, I highly suggest making sure you have enough food on hand just in case something happened and there was no place to buy gluten-free food.
I also suggest swapping out food items every 6-12 months to keep your food up to date.
Below you will see the youtube link for this video. Also below, you will see the written list of gluten-free items I keep in my gluten-free food storage. I hope this can be helpful to you or someone you know that has to eat gluten free!
Here is what I have in my Gluten-Free Cold Storage :
G-Free Chicken Stock
Progresso Soups (G-free labeled)
Variety Pack of Nuts
Hard Candy or Hi-Chews
Freeze dried fruit or veggies
G-free Protein Bars
As always, I would love your insight! What other items should I put in my food storage? Are you prepared yet? Right now is a great time to get prepared with food storage!