Keep food magazines handy by installing a holder on side cabinets or an island. This area is too low to store items you use regularly, but is great for items that might otherwise get lost in the shuffle.

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10 USE WASTED SIDE SPACE - The side of your cabinet is just begging for a greater purpose: Enter a magazine rack for all those food reads packed with favorite recipes. See more at White Tulip Designs

Wasted On The Way ~ Crosby, Stills And Nash    "Look around me / I can see my life before me / Running rings around the way / It used to be."

Wasted On The Way - Crosby, Stills And Nash Graham Nash born February 1942

Crosby, Stills and Nash- Wasted On The Way So much water moving underneath the bridge. Let the water come and carry us away.

Crosby, Stills and Nash- Wasted On The Way So much water moving underneath the bridge.

Crosby Stills & Nash: Wasted On The Way  //  Is it too late for me ¿/?

Crosby Stills & Nash: Wasted On The Way // Is it too late for me ¿/?

10 Ways to Use Wasted Space on the Side of Your Cabinets - some great ideas here, from wine racks to cook book storage

10 Ways to Use Wasted Space on the Side of Your Cabinets

wine rack attached to side of cabinets

A free, downloadable produce shelf life and care guide from @cooksmarts

Buying & Storing

Veggies going bad before you finish them? Refer to this veggie shelf-life guide and cut down on your food wastage!

The words of CSN... Time We Have Wasted on the Way — How deeply true they ring... "Look around you now/ You must go for what you wanted/ Look at all my friends who did and got what they deserved/ So much time to make up everywhere you turn/ Time we have wasted on the way"

Crosby Stills & Nash : Wasted On The Way : Greatest Hits Look around me I can see my life before me Running rings around the way it used to be I am ol.

And there's so much love to make up everywhere you turn/Love we have wasted on the way/So much water moving underneath the bridge/let the water come and carry us away

And there's so much love to make up everywhere you turn/Love we have wasted on the way/So much water moving underneath the bridge/let the water come and carry us away

Wasted on the Way Crochet Top - 70's Festival

Wasted on the Way Crochet Top - Sale: Newly Added

A clever door on the side of this cabinet hides a message center with a pocket for mail and hooks for keys. If you're notorious for always misplacing your car keys, you need this. See more at Hunted Interior »

10 Ways to Use Wasted Space on the Side of Your Cabinets

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Tips on brewing a great cup (several different ways), recycling coffee grounds, and waste-saving tips - (Mother Nature Network)

How to make coffee

Tips on brewing a great cup (several different ways), recycling coffee grounds, and waste-saving tips - (Mother Nature Network) (Morning Bake Quotes)

pantry... corners should be designed like this to avoid wasted space.

pantry… corners should be designed like this to avoid wasted space.

Because overwhelm is nothing more than a product of becoming too focused on the big picture…when all you really need to worry about is what you must accomplish in the next 15 minutes.

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Crosby, Stills & Nash -- Wasted on the Way (rec.1981)

Crosby, Stills & Nash - Wasted On The Way (Lyrics)

DIY Projects Your Garage Needs -DIY Ball Corral - Do It Yourself Garage Makeover Ideas Include Storage, Organization, Shelves, and Project Plans for Cool New Garage Decor http://diyjoy.com/diy-projects-garage

36 DIY Ideas You Need For Your Garage

build your own ball holder, corral, smart, clever, toy box. Awesome tutorial on how to make this for your garage!

When you have a small house, clunky kitchen items, like cutting boards and colanders, fit awkwardly into cabinets, so hanging them in what would normally be wasted space is perfect. | Tiny Homes

10 Ways to Use Wasted Space on the Side of Your Cabinets

FOR THE SIDE OF THE PANTRY!Heavy, clunky kitchen tools, like cutting boards and colanders, fit awkwardly into cabinets — so why not hang 'em on the outside instead? This way they'll be easy to grab and put away. See more at Far Above Rubies

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