I'm not all that organized with some things, but I do try to stay on top of some things. A few years back, I decided I was sick of never knowing what was in my pantry and refrigerator. The pantry is deep, but the shelves are not high, so sometimes I would have to stick my arm (which isn't long) in, and use a utensil to try to retrieve cans from way in the back. I would have difficulty planning meals because I never quite knew what was in there. My kitchen is tiny, and the fridge is wedged in the corner between the counter and doorway, without an inch to spare. When things would spill, which of course happens sometimes, I would have to inch the fridge out slowly, and turn it around slowly as I inched it out, in order to be able to remove the shelves and crisper drawers, to clean it. Needless to say, that would frustrate and irritate me. Finally one day, I decided I'd had enough. I went to the store (Garden Ridge at the time, but I think the name has changed) where I knew I'd find a good variety of kitchen products at decent prices, and purchased a bunch of what I thought I'd need. I bought two-burner metal covers with a lip, and a variety of clear lucite bins and trays. When I got home, I emptied out the entire pantry, and discarded whatever I didn't want or need, and cleaned the pantry from top to bottom. I turned the burner covers upside down, so they looked similar to jelly roll pans, and slid them onto the shelves that are really low. I organized the canned goods by type, fruit versus veggies, canned pasta versus beans versus tomato sauce, salsa, related products. I have a separate one for baking goods and another for soups. Now, instead of having to reach way back into the shelves where I can't see what I'm doing or what is back there, I simply slide out the tray, peruse the contents, and select what I want. It's also much easier to keep track of what I'm running out of and need to purchase. I couldn't do it all in one day, but the next day, I emptied out the refrigerator and cleaned that thoroughly. I then organized the contents into categories, so I would be able to find where things are located. I was always somewhat organized with the fridge, but now each product category is sorted into clear bins and trays, and if something spills, all I have to do is pull out that particular bin or tray and clean it, instead of having to move the entire refrigerator. I no longer have spilled juices and other liquids dripping down from the top shelf throughout the whole fridge and making a big mess before I realize what's going on. This is what some of my trays look like. I have some like this, and some deeper ones. I also use some in the pantry, particularly for smaller items like puddings/jello packets, so I can find them more readily. Are you an organized person? Do you have any tips of projects you've undertaken that can help others?