But, the Type A in me gets for realz crazy over all the dang k cups!! We typically have about 8 different flavors on hand at any given time because as I just mentioned we like different flavors. I had a system in place........
but it just wasn't working too well. This cabinet goes deep to the left. Every time I needed to refill these containers I had to pull everything out one by one in order to reach the "back stock" we keep in the rear of this cabinet. It. was. a. pain. I tell ya!
So just last week I was at Target to buy, of all things, more k cups, but of course I had to pass by the dollar spot. Lo and behold, the answer to my problems - dry erase mini-buckets!
Each $1 bucket holds about 5 cups and 4 buckets fit nicely on a small lazy susan (also from Target, but not in the dollar section - boo) which means I've got 40 cups within easy reach.
And when I need to refill, it's so much easier to get to the "back stock" as we call it just by pulling out these two light weight lazy susans.
I also keep a tray on the counter with all of our coffee essentials.
That little Anthro egg crate is perfect for k cups! So, all you Keurig owners - how do you deal with k cups in your house? Since coffee starts my day, I like it to be a simple process. You know since half the time my eyes are still half shut when I'm making my first cup. ;)
And on a relatively random but somewhat related note - how may cups of coffee do you have in a day? I've pretty much got it down to one cup a day -mostly, but sometimes I crave another cup in the late afternoon.
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