- Clean entire guest bathroom
- Clean Master bath counters
- Steam clean all the carpet
- Mop all the floors
- Organize the kitchen drawers
- Organize the attic
- Tried to pinterest recipes
- Began dePenguinizing Aidan's room
- Wash and vacuum my truck
- Mount the bike trailer quick disconnect on my bike
- Order Aidan's pictures
- Make a 1 year memory book of Aidan's pictures
- Build a PVC shelf for organization of storage containers.
I have a lot of kitchen gadgets, but I lose touch with them when the drawers get messy. I also know that I have lots of duplicates, but that is necessary so that you aren't constantly washing dishes while cooking or baking.
So far, it's been over the week, and the drawers look just as organized. Currently, my teaspoon measuring spoon is missing. I have no idea where it's at since I searched the other drawers.
this to try and build. I measured my containers, checked AJ's tools for a pipe cutter, and drew up the plans and took off material quantities.
If you can find 1" crosses for significantly less than $2.37 each, then you can probably build this shelf for less than something you can buy at Lowe's. The advantages of the shelf were you could build it to whatever height and depth specifications you needed, where as a store bought shelf was set, unless you wanted to shell out a $100 and get a tall, adjustable shelf. This is not what I wanted. I wanted something easily built, but also easily taken apart. I mean, working in the attic, even in October is very hot.
So I bought a shelf kit, assembled it in the attic using a rubber mallet, and began my organization. It was quite the success and now we have a lot more room to store a lot more baby clothes...or penguins (the stuffed variety).
Of the two Pinterest recipes, one was a dud (cookie dough bites) and one was a huge success. I made venison meatballs using this recipe. They were a huge hit with everyone...in fact, Aidan gobbled up more than I did.