The $20 Organizer That Finally Solved My Supplement Clutter Problem

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Supplements can be tricky to store — you want them to be accessible so you remember to take them, but you don’t want them adding visual clutter to your space. I’ve stored supplements in just about every nook and cranny of my home, but I never seemed satisfied with where they ended up. That is, until Rebecca Enberg, the home organizing expert behind the Substack “Your House Machine,” showed me her elegant solution to the classic supplement storage problem: Lazy Susans or turntables in her kitchen cabinet. 

Enberg uses these two wood turntables to corral her and her husband’s supplements on a kitchen cabinet shelf so they’re easy to grab but out of sight.

“One thing I really like about these turntables is that they have a built-in boundary,” Enberg explains. “It’s easy to fill and overfill a cabinet, but once I have this circle that’s ‘my allotted space,’ I’m less inclined to add things that spill into the surrounding area.”

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Enberg emphasizes that the system around her supplement storage scheme is what makes it work for her. She removes her supplements from her turntable once per week and fills a detachable seven-day pill organizer with her daily doses. Then, she places that day’s compartment on her kitchen counter so she remembers to take her supplements and swaps it out for the next day’s compartment at the end of each day.

Additionally, if you are having a hard time remembering to take your supplements, and you’re a coffee or tea drinker, put them in the same cabinet as those items. That way, you’ll see them each morning when you reach for your daily caffeine fix.