I have always admired my mother’s recipe box. Each card was written in what felt like impossibly small, beautiful script, adorned with earth-tone illustrations of gourds, pumpkins or a dutch oven. They may have been white at some point, but now were a splotchy tannish cream, only proving that they were used well and often.
And then there’s my recipe book… Spoiler alert: I use an accountant book for my recipes! I scribble them down haphazardly and shove ripped up print-outs all willy-nilly. My recipes aren’t categorized. There is no definite beginning and end to the breads, soups, appetizers and meat dishes.
No. Instead, you are able to tell what phase of eating (vegan, pescatarian, gluten-free, etc.) I was in. Sprinkles of tofu and corned beef throughout. If my recipe book was a person, it would surely have multiple personality issues.
As if they are some type of psychic recipe mind-readers, Ahh Hah! Organizers reached out to us at HabMom to share and try out their management kits. They sent us over both the Recipe and Child Health Record Kits (more on that soon!) When I opened the box, the project management angels in my heart sung for part of my messy life would no longer be so!
These helpful kits come with printed tabs, a table of contents, and a designed cover and spine. We placed them into 3 ring binder and got to work! I also picked up a folder to place any floating recipes I had originally crammed inside of my book of yore.
Ahh Hah! Organizers are sold on Amazon, as well as via their website. They provide organization kits for all sorts of areas of your life–recipes, health records, even your pets! For around $15, the benefit of actually being able to find my grandma’s Swedish meatball recipe in a designated area rather than smashed between gluten-free pie and some kind of fish taco slaw pays off tremendously.
Thank you, Ahh Hah! Organizers for not only organizing our kitchens but also calming our holiday-cooking anxiety that likes to creep up this time of year. Our partners thank you. Our children thank you. And our parents thank you. We now can focus on what’s important: The memories made while cooking and eating together.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. We received free Ahh Hah! Organizer kits and in return, we wrote this honest review.