Creating order is a feat. Encouraging sustained order is arguably even more difficult. It takes discipline to perform the constant maintenance required by even the best designed systems.
Over the years, I’ve seen time and time again that there’s one key factor that impacts the habitual maintenance of order. It’s the X-factor: the beauty component. The more loving care (and, ahem, resources) has gone into the selection of a system, the more likely that system is to be maintained over time.
If it doesn’t feel special and desirable to begin with, there probably won’t be much incentive to continue to funnel energy into organization.
So, your best bet is to invest in a system that both functions exceedingly well and you think is beautiful to look at and interact with.
With that in mind, and with the spirit of spring cleaning in full force, I direct your attention to the beautifully functional assemblage of food storage containers down yonder.
Airtight, stackable, and easy on the eyes, these canisters and jars are practically organizational sure-shots.