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Size Does Matter! How To Find More Space In A Tiny Kitchen!

Watch Barbara Reich take on Adam & Jared's new home's kitchen!


Organizational Expert, bestselling author, and host of Life Organized, Barbara Reich knows a thing or two about clutter, especially when it comes to making it go away!

So when Joy Story's Adam & Jared moved into a new apartment, they were challenged with a kitchen that was small and hard to manage. So who did they call?

Barbara to the Rescue!

With Adam & Jared's recent move, their jobs and their wedding coming up, it is hard for them to keep everything organized, especially their kitchen.

Adam & Jared's greatest challenge is their kitchen. "In the last place we lived there was about triple the amount of counter and cabinet space," said Adam.

How did they overcome this challenge? They enlisted Barbara Reich and her team of Clutter- Busters!

This HooplaHa original video was produced by Tracy Chevrier, shot by Yura Makarov, and edited by Varya Rookwood. To see more of Adam & Jared and the Joy Story series, check out our YouTube channel and our Facebook page and watch more expert organizing tips from Barbara Reich here!

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