Kitchen Tip Tuesdays: How to reach things in high cupboards without getting a stool
Since I'm not very tall (5'4"), many times the top shelf of a kitchen cupboard is too high for me to reach without getting a chair or stool, especially if it's something in the back of the cupboard.
My lazy woman's solution? Get a silicone spatula and use it to grab the item and pull it to the edge of the shelf. I have a shiny/smooth silicone spatula that is especially "sticky" and helps me get just about anything from the back of the cupboard without dragging over a chair. Yay! :)
Do you have any tips for helping short(er) people in the kitchen? I'd love to hear them! :)
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4. Save money by using re-usable sandwich bags (Stacy at Stacy Makes Cents)
5. Keeping pancakes warm without turning on the oven (SnoWhite at Finding Joy in My Kitchen)
6. Menu plan and grocery list tips (Purposely Frugal)
7. Organizing foods you stock up on (Heather at Feel Good About Dinner)
8. Quick and easy way to pit cherries (Georgia at Georgia's Cookie Jar)
9. Ideas for leftover chicken (Living So Abundantly)
10. Tips for packing tasty healthy lunches (The Gentle Mom)