In many countries' cultures, the way to turn a refrigerator into a "message board" is very popular. It is said that not only can you communicate with your family in a more welcoming way, but you can also save money and reduce expenses.
Oh~ The original paper sticks on the refrigerator is the magic of the refrigerator? Haha... Then let us look at the housewives of the countries. What kind of "style" is the refrigerator?
It is said that in order to save electricity bills, the Japanese aunts listed a list of things stored in the refrigerator and placed them on the refrigerator door, and some also painted food maps, which made it easier to see at a glance. Every time the things in the refrigerator increase, they will also increase or decrease on the list. For example, take out the mushrooms and cross the mushrooms on the list. In this way, in addition to avoid forgetting whether there are mushrooms, you can know without opening the refrigerator. Avoid unnecessary waste caused by frequent switching of the refrigerator door. Another benefit of doing this is that you will know exactly what is left in the refrigerator and can be eaten in time to avoid excessive or expired food storage, resulting in unnecessary waste.
Low-carbon life is actually an attitude towards ordinary people, and it is often achieved in small details. In the actual operation of the food list, we can adjust according to the situation at home. In general, refrigerated foods and frozen foods in the refrigerator can be written in two large convenient labels attached to the refrigerator, divided into three columns. The first column is the name of the food; the second column is the quantity; the third column is the shelf life. For easy navigation, you can also modify the colored pens on the side. This not only helps us quickly count the internal food, but also reduces the number of door opening and saves energy, which is very convenient.
A similar list can also be posted at home to store clothes in the closet, kitchen cabinet, when you find something, you can see at a glance, it also has a very good effect.
Americans like to write shopping lists that are rough and unfettered. They like to put a shopping list on the refrigerator, what they have used up, what food they have, write it down in time, accumulate it, take this list on weekends, drive a family Go shopping at the supermarket. Because large supermarkets in the United States are often far away, the elderly in the United States have developed the habit of shopping once a week and going out to buy a week's worth of food. There is a shopping list, so you don't have to think about what is missing in your home before shopping, you won't miss it.
Of course, compared to the Japanese, the American seniors' shopping list is very unrestricted, sometimes writing some humorous words. For example, in the above shopping list, the wife wrote to her husband: "Dear, please buy everything on the list and go home! Otherwise, "new wife" is listed below the list. "Yes, If you buy less, just list the new wife below! ”
Every time you shop, 90% will buy at least one or two things, but only 20% will regret their impulse shopping, 40% feel good, and don't feel anything wrong. A clear shopping list avoids taking unnecessary things home: Wharton's research found that the “fast and efficient shopper” impulse was 82% less likely than shopping. Put the shopping list on the refrigerator, just write what you really need into the list, and only buy those items that are pre-written on the list. This can greatly reduce the impulse consumption when shopping.
The list in China is more like a list of love wishes, self-motivation creeds, etc., and has little to do with the food in the refrigerator. Many Chinese like to put a wish list on the refrigerator and self-motivate. Every day when you switch refrigerators, you can see your goals and plans, remind yourself to fight for your dreams, which is very useful for improving your goals.