Keep a Constantly Updated Shopping or to-Do List on a Butcher Roll
If you want an easy, cheap way to store groceries or to-do lists in the kitchen or elsewhere, try rolling up all the healthy meat paper.
It’s a pretty simple idea, but I love the idea that everyone has a list that’s easy to find and write, but not on the fridge or counter seat, getting in the way somewhere. And this serves as his own reminder. When the list gets long enough to hit a countertop or floor, it’s time to get some things done. You can use meat or craft paper, or, as At Home In Love suggests, paint paper from an artist from your local hardware store. It’s cheaper, the paper is a little thinner, and the rolls are good size.