The only thing in my oven is my frying pan. My cookie sheets are stored in a small place beside my fridge. On my countertop next to my sink is my mixer, can opener, large food processor. On the other side of my sink is my coffee maker and coffee canister. On the small counter next to the stove is my utensil holder with wooden spoons and spatulas and salt cellar. On the other side of the stove is the microwave. Everything else is in cabinets. On my little movable lower counter is my toaster oven. Things that I use daily are available in a second.
My wrap products are in a holder on the inside of a cabinet door. My paper towel holder is also on the inside of a cabinet door.
Because I am so short, dishes I use frequently, are on the first shelf. Bowls and other larger items are on the second shelf and requires a stool to reach them. Baking items are also on the second shelf. Measuring cups, etc. The top shelves are for storage. Some shelves are empty.
My kitchen says I am organized for the convenience of use. Things I use frequently are at my fingertips.
Illegitimi non carborundum!
I don't want my last words to be, "I wish I had spent more time doing housework"