I should be working on client invoices, but I wanted to know what Artificial Intelligence (AI) would say is the best way to get organized.
I’ve seen a lot of posts about ChatGPT, so I made an account. The first thing I asked was, “How to Organize a Kitchen in 10 Steps.” This is what it told me.
Here are 10 steps for organizing your kitchen:
- Start by decluttering your kitchen. Remove any items that you no longer use or need, and set them aside to donate, sell, or throw away.
- Sort the items that you plan to keep into categories, such as cooking tools, dishes, and pantry items.
- Designate a specific place for each category of items, and make sure that everything has a designated home.
- Use storage solutions that make the most of your space, such as drawer organizers, shelf risers, and stackable containers.
- Utilize the inside of cabinet and pantry doors for additional storage, using hooks or racks to hang cooking utensils or store spices and small items.
- Consider using drawer dividers to keep your utensils and other small items organized and easy to find.
- Use clear containers to store pantry items, so that you can easily see what you have and how much you have of each item.
- Place frequently used items within easy reach, and less frequently used items on higher shelves or in harder-to-reach places.
- Make sure that your kitchen has good lighting, so that you can easily see what you’re doing while you’re cooking or preparing food.
- Finally, take some time each week to maintain your kitchen’s organization, putting things back in their designated spots after each use, and regularly decluttering to keep things in order.
I love that the last one is, “weekly maintenance!” Staying organized in a kitchen definitely requires regular decluttering of inventory. Pretty sound advice.
What should I ask it next?
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