Messy Millennial Gets Her Kitchen Professionally Organized

Messy Millennial Gets Her Kitchen Professionally Organized

– Everyone take a shot
every time I say decanted. (laughing) – This whole video! – These are gonna get decanted. – Hell yeah. – [Both] Decant, decant! (upbeat music) – Welcome to my kitchen! Maya’s here to help me transition into this very emotional
cleaning experience. – I’m here for support. – She was so helpful last time. – All over there.
(bell dings) – I am very excited for you because every time
Claudia comes to my house, she always has like a
Latina mom like comment about anything on the table. Like, “Oh, you should get a new this.” Or, “Oh, this should be here.” – You’re making it sound
nicer than they come out. – Yeah, it’s really like. (cries) – If they sound a little backhanded, I don’t mean to. – You and Vika, her roommate,
they are very organized as it is. This is just gonna be
amazing for you guys. – Yeah, I’m so excited
for Vika to see it because like, organization is her thing. And the kitchen is small. It’s not the most functional, there’s not a lot of counter space. Everything’s really
buried in these very deep and very cavernous cabinets. We don’t really know what’s going on, the deep cabinets with our utensils, and our plastic wrap and foil and knives, and baking things, it’s like Narnia. You put your hand in, you don’t know where it’s gonna come out. There’s like nothing in there. – And the thing that I’m looking at now, this like little cart thing– – [Claudia] Oh, it’s embarrassing. – I’m so embarrassed for you, Claudia. You guys bake all the time, so like. – [Claudia] Yeah, I love baking. – You guys deserve a space where you know where everything’s at, that’s functional, you need more counter space,
and I feel like Janelle is the perfect person to
help you out with that. – So excited for what she’s
about to do to this space. I’m also hosting dinner
tonight for my family. The challenge is to organize this space, and then immediately
see if it’s functional because I will be hosting
like 10 people for dinner. – Hi, I’m Janelle from Straighten Up, and I’m a professional organizer. You recently saw me do closet
makeovers with Carly and Maya, if you haven’t seen those videos make sure to go check ’em out. I work on all spaces in the home, one of them being the kitchen. So today, we’re gonna be
redoing Claudia’s kitchen, and she’s really in for it. So closets and kitchens
are very different. One being because, closets are full of all of your personal belongings. A shirt that means a lot to you
or a gift from your parents. Whereas a kitchen is a
little more about function. It’s about not having
waste within your food, it’s about making it
easy to prepare dinner so that it’s not like, where’s the knife? and where are the cutting boards? If you have a space that you know exactly where everything is, and you have what you
need to cook a good meal, it’s gonna save you money,
it’s gonna save you time. I’m very excited to get my
hands on Claudia’s kitchen so let’s get to it! – Let’s get our professional
organizer slash good friend slash life coach Janelle in here! Woo! – Hey! – Add all the applause sound effects. – Come on down! – I’m so calmed just by your presence. – Oh, good, I’m so glad. – I feel like everything’s gonna be okay. – It is. You’ve done a really great
job with your kitchen, you already have a bunch of, you know, risers and organizational materials. But– – Most from your texts. – From yes, from my texts. – Because my roommate will be like, “Janelle, what do we do with these?” So we have some things in place, but– – And they’re great. And we might shift them a little bit so that they’re a little
bit more functional. We’re gonna add a lot of labels. We’re gonna make it
very much your aesthetic because this kitchen is really cool. The floor is really special, it’s got a lot of character to it. So we’re gonna make sure
that the things we add aren’t just a bunch of plastic and metal. It’s gonna have character. It’s gonna have your personality. You know, a lot of kitchens are like this, especially in older houses,
the drawers are kind of sticky, or really deep, or like some
of them are a weird shape like a triangle rather than– – All our baking stuff is like in a weird triangle cabinet thing. – So we’re gonna make sure that
the things that are in there make sense to have like
things of that shape. We’re going to add some
storage space over here. – [Claudia] Can’t wait. – And that will also add counter space. The one important thing is in
a kitchen, you don’t have to work with what you have. You can create new space. We’re gonna add a bakers rack, we’re gonna add a bunch of
storage for your snacks, and some labels. – Labels! Labels. – We love labels. – Especially since you share
the space with someone. – Having more counter space is key. – I think we’re gonna use this space, we’re gonna keep it open and clean, ’cause having a cluttered counter will make you stressed out. We’re gonna take the spices,
we’re gonna move them, and do a whole cool decanting, new custom spice rack for you. – Decanting. – (laughing) Lots of decanting. – Sexy word, decanting. – Lots and lots of it. And that will also save
money because you’ll be able to buy in bulk. We’re gonna keep this clear, make this more of a breakfast space. You know, making your coffee,
tea, that kind of thing. And that space over there
will be more for your cooking, dinner, and that kind of thing. So you’re not running back and forth, and it’s more central to this
area where your stove is. – I love it, I can’t wait. – [Both] Let’s do it! – Let’s not wait, let’s make it happen! – Do it! – Okay, cat stuff, I don’t
know what the cats did, there’s water everywhere. So embarrassing, it’s like
my kids made a huge mess. – [Janelle] Oh, it’s so good
because it’s right near a plug. – [Claudia] Oh, wow! – So we’re gonna start by
going through all these snacks. – Yay. – Okay, and all of the food in there. – Uh huh. – So we’re gonna see kind
of what you actually have, what’s still good, whose is whose, and sort it, some of the
things we’re gonna decant because it’ll last longer,
like cereal and everything. – Okay. – It’ll last way longer if
it’s in an airtight sealed bin versus a bag that the air can get in. – Like the granola. – Exactly. And I’m gonna avoid touching peanuts because I’m allergic. – She’s very allergic to
peanuts, everybody. (laughs) – So you can touch all the peanuts. – I will touch the peanuts. I’ll keep peanuts in like this corner. – I love that idea. – We have like this, cashews,
gotta have my cheesy poofs. – (laughing) Those are the best. – Which I don’t always buy
because I’ll eat them so fast. Seeing how many nuts we have I’m like, oh my god, we’re gonna kill you! – I have a question. So I’m seeing that you
have doubles of things, like things that are unopened
or two of the same open. Is that because you guys
both want the same thing? Or is it because you forgot you had it so you bought it again? – Unclear, we’ll host, you know,
we’ll have like book club– – Right. – Or go to Cinespia, and
there’ll be like this much left and then we’ll go,
well, we need a new box. And then I don’t know,
half of ’em get eaten. – So maybe we figure out kind of which things you’re buying a lot of. And we put them in something airtight, so that you can do that,
you can just add to it. So those are gonna get decanted. So those will get decanted,
these will get decanted. – [Maya] De-cant, de-cant! – [Both] De-cant, de-cant! – (laughing) Maya, really
integral part of the process here. – We’ve got grains. – We have more grains in there, probably. – [Janelle] Okay, so let’s take them out. – See, look at that. I didn’t even know what I got. – So we’re gonna go through
what’s gonna get decanted, what you’re buying a lot of because you want to decant
things you’re buying a lot of, so you can buy in bulk. Like a big bag like this. – I’ve bought so many oats. – There you go. And you can combine them
all and we’re gonna write the instructions on the
back in a chalk marker so that if you get new oats and it has different cooking times, you can just wipe it off and rewrite it. I’m gonna show you how to do that. So we’re gonna do things
that you keep refilling. You’re gonna keep refilling it, you’re not gonna have to
clean it out, empty it out, you’re just gonna keep filling it up. We’re gonna figure out
what those things are. So these, we’re definitely gonna decant. Let’s look at the grains and see which of these
you’re buying all the time. You tell me. Some things you get just because you want
to try something new. Which is totally great. – Mhmm. – But let me know which are the things you’re constantly buying. Some people are always buying quinoa. Maybe the muesli? – Yeah, that and actually the granola, we always have like this– – Always granola. – [Claudia] This peanut butter granola that I don’t want you to touch. But we like always have some of this. – Great, you can put it over here. And any of those nuts? – I mean, yeah. That’d be great. – Cool, we’ll do the
nuts and the smaller ones ’cause there are smaller
bins in the pack that we got and those are great for nuts. – [Claudia] That’d be amazing. – Those are great when
you have guests over, you can just take the top off, put it out. – Yes! And we never know, we
never know what we have. – But then what about lasagna. Is that just because you’re
making lasagna tonight? – Because I’m making
lasagna, also had forgotten that I had those, so I have
three more boxes in my closet. – [Janelle] Awesome. – So I have so much lasagna. – All right, let’s grab some bins. (upbeat music) So it’s important to pick the right size because you don’t wanna
necessarily base it on how much you have right now, right? Because you have half a bag. Or you have a half a thing of oats. You want to do it for the maximum amount and then if it’s not full right now, it will eventually be full. – [Claudia] Got it, got it. – So let’s get our label
maker and chalk marker. They’re awesome because
you can write on the bin and wipe it off with water. – [Claudia] Ooh. – Great for expiration
dates and for directions. I like to write it, personally, because a lot of these
instructions are super padded and there’s just so many of ’em. One thing you can do,
if you don’t want to buy a chalk marker, is you
can just cut it out, cut out the instructions,
and tape it onto the back. I personally like to write
it, I find it super easy. And you won’t even see it. And then we’re gonna use
our really cool label maker, we’re gonna use this cool one because it adds kind of
a nice character to it, rather than my normal label maker. And we’re just gonna write oats. Beautiful. So first thing is decant it. Oh, and it looks so cute. So with things that are packaged
and sealed within the box, you don’t necessarily
need to take them out while you’re putting them
in the decant for now. It’ll keep ’em fresher for longer. – I can’t tell you how
long ago I got these. I was like, I’m gonna eat
pumpkin seeds for my snacks. I’m gonna stop munching on things. Completely forgot about it. Completely forgot. – So for a snack like this, I
put the label on for crackers, and then on the back, the expiration date. – I forgot the second P in pumpkin but I think it’s kind of funny because it says pumkin. So we’re gonna keep it. – Okay, keep it.
– Pumkin. – Live your best life.
– Woo! We on a roll now, baby. – [Janelle] Yes we are. (rock music) – So this is all our baking things. – [Janelle] Lovely. – I feel the need to explain why I have like four
different small sugars, and literally four
different baking powders. I will do a lot of shoots
that involve cooking for work. So I’ll get like the smallest sugar I can, or like have to grab baking powder because I don’t have
time to get it from home, and like I shouldn’t be
pulling from my stock anyways. And then I’ll have all this leftover, and props will be like we
don’t want baking stuff. Just take it. And this is what happens. – So right now we’re
gonna match our OXO bins to the correct size for kind
of what we’ve got going on. Some stuff is not necessarily
gonna go into a bin because it’s very specialty, like the crepe we’ll keep in that, maybe the chickpea will stay in that unless you’re constantly
buying the chickpea. We’re gonna do the smaller
size for the baking powder, we’re gonna do this size for the coconut. – [Claudia] Got it. – We’re gonna do this
size for the cane sugar. Then we’ve got flour, flour
can go in a bigger one. – I don’t know why we have a
turbinado raw, then a cane, then a light brown, then a brown. – Hmm, that’s a lot of– – (laughing) I don’t
know why we have these! – Very different. I wouldn’t combine those since they’re obviously very different. I think let’s keep those
in the packages already in since they’re already
specific sugars to begin with. Let’s get going. – Okay.
– Okay. (upbeat music) So we finished the snacks, and the grains. – Now we’re onto spices. – Spices. – So before we start spices,
I’d love to talk about this pretty little thing you got here. Tell me about it. – We got this, I want to
say three or four years ago when I first moved in with Vika. – [Maya] Have you used anything from it? – They’ve been around for four years and I never use, I don’t use it. – So I love a spice rack like this. I used to have one too. It’s such a good adult gift
but it’s not always practical. Number one, it’s taking up counter space. And number two, you are
still gonna be buying different flavors that you
can’t get in the spice rack, and then you can’t fit them in here because you really like this one, and what are you supposed to
do, like just leave it out? It doesn’t look attractive. – Right. The times that I’ve ever
needed pizza seasoning are like zero to none. – So we’re gonna do a fun little hack. It’s not totally necessary. So we bought these on Amazon. They’re just spice jars. They have the little top and everything. – Oh! – And you take this off
and you put this in, and then you open this up and
you pour the whole thing in. Then you take a label to
match the other ones we have and we’re gonna label it like this. – And then it’s all gonna look so uniform. – Exactly. – And we’ll see the colors of them. – And it’s gonna look beautiful, and we’re gonna put it
right near your stove. Because your stove’s over there, and your spices are over here. – So I’ll always just
like find the ones I need in the back here, and then
I’ll carry them all over. – Yup, super practical. This is a very awkward cabinet which, this is a good use for it because
it’s so awkward and small. – Are we gonna decant
our tajin? (laughing) – I already made a label for it. But the thing is that it’s, you can’t see what’s in the back. Are you ready to do it? – Yes! – Take them all out. – Definitely crushed red pepper. (upbeat music) Woo! We are about halfway done? – Yeah, maybe a little more. – How’s it look, Maya? – It looks great, I’ve been
hearing all of the things that have been happening,
and it sounds amazing. – I love that part of
Janelle’s process is, let’s make organizing fun. It doesn’t need to be super stressful. Hang out with your
girlfriends, have some wine. – Rose, rose, rose, rose! – Woo! – Salud! – To cleanliness! – Baby! (laughing) (upbeat music) Maya, come see my new kitchen! (gasping) – Isn’t it beautiful?
– Whoa. What I love about Janelle’s
work is that she doesn’t just organize, and that’s it, she definitely is very intuitive
on the other person’s vibe, that’s very special, you
know, to have in an organizer, because it’s already a
sensitive thing that we’re doing is like organizing. – [Claudia] Yeah, come see all
my secrets and all my mess. – It makes you wanna
cook and bake in here. – I have pumpkin seeds! I didn’t know that! (laughing) And I forgot the P so
they’re called pumkin seeds! (laughing) Let’s get a tour! – Okay.
– Get a tour of the kitchen. Look at our beautiful spice rack. – Spices, spice, spice, spice. – So before, this space
was kind of gonna waste a little bit because you were kind of just putting stuff on there that was double. So you had two salts and two peppers, so now you have not only
kind of a piece of artwork, but this will be super
easy when you’re cooking, you can just grab it, dump
it in, put it right back. So we have the other spices over here. So these were the spices
that aren’t used as often, or are extra that we have double of. So over here we have
the cans, we have jars, so we have pasta sauce, and
salsa, down here are the sauces. We added a utensil tray that was bigger so it fit the drawer more. Because what was happening
before was the utensil tray was too small, and so
there was too much gap for things to just be thrown in. We added a drawer divider, so over here we kind of
have your aluminum foil, and your plastic wrap
and your Ziploc baggies. And then the bottom drawer is Tupperware, everyone’s worst nightmare. But not their worst nightmare. – Oh!
– Oh! – So my favorite way to store Tupperware is to add a drawer divider so that the lids have a place to go because you can always adjust it based on what size you have. And then store bottoms over here. So we put all of the spices down here that are specific to baking so that they were separated. And then these are kind of
specialty baking things, so pancake mix, and then
these cute little ones from Trader Joe’s, they’re all down here. These would be things that if they were baking
something special, they would come down here, they
don’t need everyday access. They don’t need to have
it out necessarily. – [Claudia] Then we have
this, this looks great. – Oh, yes.
– Ah! – [Maya] And labeled! – [Janelle] Here we have baking
stuff, so since the baking is right here, this would
naturally be the place to look for smaller baking items. It’s better to put it here than down here because these can just kind of get lost and thrown in the back. So having a smaller,
condensed space for it will make it so that you’re
not losing those things. Yeah, they already had a pretty
good handle on this area. We added a few fun things to just kind of sort it
out a little bit better. – Yeah, this super helps because we have so many wine glasses. – Oh, man! What is this? – So those are really great, they’re under-hanging shelf baskets. There’s probably a better word for it. I really love them because
the number one reason that a space isn’t used
to its optimal efficiency, is because you’re not
using vertical space. So using the vertical space
is what’s really important. It’s what we did in Carly’s closet, when we added those shelving, and we added the double
tier clothing rack. It’s the same thing, so basically, if you didn’t have this, you
would have a bunch of mugs, and you would have– – Yup, and that’s always
been a struggle of ours. – Exactly. You wanna use the top shelf
for things that you’re only gonna access for a special occasion. – [All] Ooh. – I haven’t even seen this that you did! (gasping) That looks so good! – It just makes sense to
like have things in there, like these little racks. I never thought about that. – And then this is the
last thing to show off. – [Janelle] Oh yes! – [Claudia] Is how beautiful
the baking stuff looks, and our books! Which aren’t on top of the fridge just like getting sticky anymore. – You just put so much heart
into everything that you do. – So good. – So they did a really good job with being super upfront and
honest about what they had, and therefore we had a
really great product. – Yeah, this kitchen makes me so happy. It almost makes me more happy, how much I’m gonna get
to show it off, too. Like to my family, and I just can’t wait to see my roommate’s reaction, because she’s gonna be so happy. Like she’s gonna die. And it make me wanna cook! You did it again! – You did it, for Janelle! (clapping) – You fixed our lives, you
solved all our sadness, as Maya likes to say. – Yes, she does.
– She did it. So my beautiful roommate Vika is here, and she’s waiting to see the kitchen. – Ooh, oh my god! I love that that’s empty,
oh that makes me so happy. This is nice. Oh my god! Don’t you feel kind of more like an adult? Lazy Susan! I love these! – [Claudia] We love it! – We should probably have a dinner party, oh wait we’re having one! (upbeat music) – [Child] Pero Like.

Comments (100)

  1. Loving your work Janelle!!!!!

  2. Maya in yoga pants = 🔥🔥🔥

  3. Moving into our new house in 2 days and this was the best video to watch to get prepared! Can't wait to organize my kitchen! 😍

  4. Claudia seems like a subtle asshole

  5. Can Janell come to my state and help with my chaos that is my apartment?

  6. Can you help me organize my kitchen please??? 😍

  7. Great job, ladies. What is an average fee that most organizers would charge? Is the fee limited to just kitchens or closets? I live in Brooklyn, NY.

  8. Anyone else thought it was Liza in the thumbnail? No just me ?

  9. I was hoping to see glass containers rather than more plastic. Would have been a great opportunity to use your platform to talk about the benefit of renewable resources and conservation. Stainless steel or even ceramic are also made from natural materials. Life on earth > saving some $$$ on 1 video budget. #youcandobetter #breakupwithplastic

  10. Wait…,,,she said Muesli like “Mousillie” and it kills me

  11. **picks up harina pan**

    "….pancake mix"

  12. I love organizing videos

  13. Ok, so every time I see a declutter and/or diy organizing and decor video I get SUPER upset about the way they always put open shelfs with glass things over them that have no room to move or don't have something that stops them from falling. I know its kinda silly, but I live in a country where earthquakes are really common and no one would ever dare to put a shelf like that LOL they wouldnt last a month

  14. „De-cant! De-cant!“

  15. That Harina Pan in the back there, I hope you're having fun doing Arepas, Claudia 😁

  16. I didn't know that Miranda Cosgrove is working at Pero Like?? 1:46 English subtitles "Carly"

  17. The giant ass bottle of tajín killed meeeee sksksk

  18. Any Gilmore girls fan spot the Luke’s coffee cup haha

  19. anyone else notice at like 1:18 where Maya cut off Claudia 😂

  20. Loving this series!

  21. Where did the cat water and food bowls went? or did i just miss it 😂

  22. Before and after pictures are displayed wrongly.

  23. Can't believe she have harinaPAN !!! I'm from Venezuela and I love the fact that she use it !!!!

  24. No puedo creer que se digan latinos y solo tengan esos tuppers, mi mama tiene tantos y tantos que tenemos un gabinete completa para los tuppers, creo que eso es lo que mas me sorprendió y lo encuentro increíble. Los tuppers siempre si son muchos, de diferentes tamaños, y todos preciados y valorados.

  25. the kitchen does look organized but too bad should've change your habit to using the rotating spice rack, you didn't bother try changing the spices before and you buy more bottles, hopefully you'll refill and use that one

  26. Absolutely loved it

  27. Me encantó ver la Harina Pan encima del refrigerador. Clásico.

  28. Nuts are weapons

  29. I’ve organized my moms kitchen and I was about to put the spices near the stove and she like : no no, if u do that ur spices are going to go bad and expire quicker because of the heat of the stove. Just saying to save the spices 🙂

  30. De-cant, more like de-can

  31. Why label the storage containers when you can clearlyyyyy see what’s in it

  32. Can we talk about how GOOD Maya looks in this video????

  33. Why did they have to add the Millennial part to the title. It was irrelevant.

  34. This video was like a breath of fresh air for me! I’m moving into a new house and had to completely redo the kitchen! I had no idea how much stuff I had and this makes me feel like I can actually organize mine and utilize it!

  35. But those decant storage containers are mad expensive tho.

  36. When she said "welcome to my kitchen" my mind automatically went to "we've got BANAHNEES"

  37. What's the spice she takes out at 12:30?

  38. Can Janelle come organize my life? Lol love this kinds of videos!

  39. you keep using that word. i do not think it means what you think it means

  40. That word does not mean what you think it means. Exposing to air vs airtight container…

  41. This video is so satisfying I love

  42. If anyone needs an organizer in Philadelphia ,PA I know one that does wonders..


  44. Did she clean the containers before putting the food in there? I always have to airdry it overnight to make sure all the moisture is gone.

  45. I cut out the directions from the package & put it in the decanter or container. Use chalk labels from $ tree that comes with a chalk pen

  46. can she organize my life?

  47. janelle needs her own youtube channel where she does this!

  48. Maya can write a review anytime! She expresses herself so well.

  49. Did she just called Harina Pan "pancake mix"? Lol

  50. Lol I am Maya, great moral support

  51. OMG! a sneaky cameraman! Always makes me smile when seeing a sneaky cameraman

  52. The level of efficiency and enthusiasm and kindness and joy just makes my heart burst. Loved this.

  53. i need her to organize my room

  54. I feel like I would accidentally knock over some of those spices into whatever I'm cooking LOLOL

  55. Every colombiana needs her arina pan

  56. How are we gonna ignore that Maya looked fine as fuck in this episode? 😍😍😍

  57. It's a bad idea to put spices above the stove, not only because they're meant to be stored in a cool, dry place but also they could fall off really easily on that small skinny shelf and possibly shatter

  58. lets pour a spice from a glass bottle with a label to another glass bottle with a label

  59. and they were roommates

  60. Wouldn't it have been a lot easier and organized to pull out everything, sort and then organize? Every part of the space gets cleaned

  61. Good job very nice

  62. "I love lazy Susans!" Same gurl, same!!

  63. So they had this spice organizer with perfectly fine little containers but needed to buy different ones to put near the stove? Why? 😅 That was the only annoying thing but other than that such a relaxing decluttering

  64. Still to cluttered,not much difference.

  65. After the way she said Muesli I had to stop

  66. am I the only one concerned with the amount of plastic and containers used in this video?

  67. Throw the pumpkin seeds out to the birds.

  68. Is it ok to have the refrigerator next to the stove?

  69. This is I my recommends Y…. maybe if her mom was a mom vs a “friend” she would’ve taught her to keep an organized kitchen on her own so she wouldn’t look like a surprised slob when someone else Cleaned up her mess

  70. HARINA PAN!!!!!!! YEAY!!!

  71. Like everything except Tupperware drawer

  72. Lol, just like a Mexican, buying same of the same stuff, like 4 bags of sugar and baking powder.

  73. The only problem with decanting is that when it starts to get low then you need to buy a box but you want to finish using up what’s in the container first and wash it before the new box goes in and now you have to store the decanter and a box of whatever food it is. Plus you have to be willing to be someone who will decant in the future, sometimes people are just too busy for that.

  74. The After looks marvelous

  75. when they were going through the baking items, i really think she thought the PAN bag was pancake mix

  76. Hiding the hot sauce 😁

  77. You just cut out the instructions with scissors and put that into the container that you are refilling. Then you don't have to sit there handwriting anything, and when you get a new box just cut out the new instructions!

  78. I love love love decluttering and functional organization! But I have some critics on the solutions and some alternatives (apart from spices):

    – WASTE produced in pouring one product in another one which is identical, just a bit better looking
    – food clear container: they're good, but the name tag it's useless because you can clearly recognize what's inside. Better to use a paper tag on (which you can re-write) when you're not sure and stick it on the cup to keep the container clean as the others w/o the tag. Same with shelves: you just have to look where is the category you need, you won't even pay attention to the tag. You also avoid further trash when changing tags.
    – DON'T use organization systems with a certain fixed amount of slots for things (ex. spices) because it is limiting if you have more than that number, and eccessive if you have less, in both cases the result is messy.

    *sorry for my English, It's not my mothertongue

  79. Yay, more Janelle!!!

  80. Some good tips. Now I want to decant everything in my kitchen (except with way cheaper containers. OXO are insanely overpriced). But I cringed at the fact that you put everything on the floor without even so much as a clean towel underneath. So gross.

  81. What was the budget?

  82. You guys should do a video about where Hispanic people fall in the Latino spectrum. A white person told me yesterday that I shouldn't be so offended by someone's bigoted remarks, because I'm only Hispanic. So many things wrong with this.

  83. Professionally Organized = How to make your life more difficult and waste a crap tonne of plastic.

  84. She's so open minded I would've freaked like, "don't touch my stuuuuff"

  85. i love that they have harina PAN!!! 😍🇻🇪

  86. I love how 90% of Curly's closet was just "can you stand to get rid of this" and it doesn't seem like they did that at all for Claudia XD

  87. I havent finished watching the video yet, but the fact that they did not wash the containers bothered me so much i couldnt continue without making the point.

    Please be hygiene aware

  88. Taking way too much time.

  89. Lol I like how she revealed her kitchen to Maya 😀

  90. Where did you get your steel shelves with the wooden counter space??

  91. You just have too much stuff. It's much easier to keep a place clean with less stuff.

  92. Its like princess bride. Reusing a word over and over it almost sounds wrong

  93. This video is so cool! Learned a lot from it 😘

  94. does Ginelle have move videos theses are so helpful!



  96. Lid section for the tupperwear drawer 😍.

  97. Cooking instructions? Never thought people used those.

  98. Everything matchy matchy is over rated. Different colors and sizes help cooking be faster, if you don't have to stop and read labels.

  99. She’s literally Monica from Friends

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