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How to Organize Your Refrigerator

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My refrigerator is a mess. I mean look at it! There’s yogurt here, juice there, berries all over the place. It’s total chaos. Packing lunches and planning dinners is a nightmare. It’s just not very user friendly. Chances are, your fridge might look similar. Now is the time to change that. Having an organized, clean refrigerator helps promote healthy eating. If it is out of sight then it is out of mind. But if it is in sight, you’re more likely to choose something that’s good for you.


Something that I would rather eat is Mini Babybel® . These colorful, red wax wrapped beauties are fun and yummy- plus they deliver at least 4 grams of protein and 15% of your family’s daily calcium needs. They won’t ruin your diet (at 70 calories or less) and are a nutritious snack for the whole family. It’s hard to find anything that is 100% of what it claims to be. One more reason why I love Mini Babybel is that it is 100% natural cheese in the perfect portion. They are great as a snack and can be popped into any lunch. They also come in seven varieties, from classic Original to smooth Mozzarella style. No matter your taste preference, there’s a flavor for everyone in the family.

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Now, let’s get organized. One way is to get clear plastic bins and trays. You can put all your condiments in one section and it keeps bottles from falling over. You can clearly see everything and it will help you cut down on clutter and perhaps keep you from holding onto things past their expiration date.


You can also easily make organizers out of binder clips and paint samples. Print out a label so you know where to put your veggies, snacks, and lunches. If your kids are self-sufficient in grabbing their own after-school snacks, having a place that specifically says “SNACKS” will help them make better choices. Especially if you have delicious cheese from Mini Babybel! Look at my organized refrigerator now:


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