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We’ve mentioned a couple of times in the past few weeks that we were about to renovate our kitchen. We started over the weekend and everything is going great except we’re in the awkward place of not having a functioning kitchen.

We’re expecting to be without a kitchen for the next 2-3 weeks and thanks to the generosity of our close friends and family we’ve received a lot of dinner invitations, which we’re very appreciative of. While it could be worse, not having a kitchen is difficult and particularly inconvenient. From washing food and dishes to attempting to assemble non-cooked meals, we’re finding challenges and solutions all over the place. So far the best investment we've made is a shallow tub trug to do our dishes in, as well as preparing and freezing meals in advance which has really paid off. Have you ever lived without a kitchen? What helped you get through?