Oh, not me. My pantry. I don't think you can grasp the extreme nature of how much it was stuffed and disorganized. I came home from the grocery store and Gary told me there wasn't room for everything. Today I decided to tackle it. As you can see, I already cleared off half a shelf before I thought to take a picture.
I threw away a big trash bagful of old stale chips and cereals. This is a closer picture of the two bottom shelves. Note the bottom shelf is for the boys foods. Their snacks and poptarts. Dem ain't mine!!
Frankly, I'm embarrassed at the excess. For cryin' out loud! I've been to a third world country! I KNOW how privileged we are here in the U.S. And somehow I'm hording a grocery store in my house. Here's the after photo:
Disregard the pantry floor. It harbors our recycling (that and the bag full of empty pepsi cans on the doorknob), plus larger items that don't fit on the shelves. What did I uncover? 3, yes, count them, THREE unopened bottles of KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce. And TWO unopened bags of popcorn. And two fairly new, opened boxes of graham crackers. And two boxes of lasagna noodles. I make lasagna every other year or so. Weird. yes, I do have a lot of beans and tomatoes, but I eat those every day.
Note the nice new rice cooker (that I now have a spot for on the top shelf). I bought it today and used it today. I bought it as a reward. I've been on Weight Watchers core plan for a week and lost 4.4 pounds!!
I'm not sure about the arrangement of everything though. I swapped the shelves I put the canned goods and the boxed goods on. But I don't like the tiered thing I have the cans on. In theory, it's great, but the depth of the tiers is too shallow. I can just imagine cans falling on the top of my head. (excuse the extreme grammar errors) I'm organizationally challenged. So I think I did okay.