Kitchen tools

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Fix It or Dump It
I have seen people hold on to old pots or pans that are scratched or have handles missing or kitchen gadgets that have outlived their use-by date. Broken items create negative energy and, if they can't be repaired, are best replaced. Keeping your kitchen clutter-free is vital for health and easy workflow, so get rid of anything you don't use. The kitchen is not a place for memorabilia. This is especially true if your kitchen is small.
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