Today, we’re tackling a common issue that plagues us all: the ever-expanding mug collection. Mugs seem to breed like rabbits in our cupboards, don’t they? They’re often packed with sentimental value or showcase quirky designs that are hard to part with.
Here are some ways to narrow down your mug collection: Use the golden “one-row rule.”
Unless you’re running a tea party for a small army, aim to squeeze 12 to 15 mugs onto a single shelf without piling them up.
The chipped and worn ones might find a better home through donation if they’re no longer your cup of tea (pun intended).
Seasonal mugs- keep those separately, and when the time comes, temporarily swap them in while respecting the one row rule.
Of course, organizing is as personal as your coffee order, so adapt it to your liking.
And while you’re on that “first sip feeling,” share this episode with friends and family.-
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