The viral fridge hacks you need to know

Sarah Hornung's super organized fridge took over the internet, and now she's here with more helpful tips.
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a Facebook post that recently went viral. This mom, she put out a photo of her clever fridge organization hack and it took the internet by storm with hundreds of thousands of shares. So please welcome mom and organizer extraordinaire, Sarah Hornung. Welcome, Zaire Sarah. How surprise were you? When it went viral like that. I was totally shocked. I posta lot on Instagram. I didn't think much of it. A few days later, we were in the emergency room with my oldest son who has a food allergy. He had a reaction and we were sitting in the E.R. And I started getting messages from people I hadn't seen from grad school saying, I'm seeing of your fridge all over the internet. Do you know this is happening? I logged in and there it was. It was shared over 100,000 I said to my husband, people really love this idea. It seems so simple when you look at it. But how did you come up with this idea? Well, like I said, my oldest son has a food allergy. When we found out, we had to pack food for everywhere we went. It was for me at first having things easy to pack, things, you know, ready to go that were healthy and as he got older he started helping himself to snack S and helped his Independence. We're going to get started. You're going to show us your hack. Let's get going. Yeah, what's up first? The first hack. Let's open that all the way up. Oh, look at that. Oh, look, you got blueberries, Orange juice. What are we looking at? This is self-serve snack section. Every Sunday I prep our fruits and vegetables. I love this. It's ready to grab for the kids. The internet gave me a hard time about the covers. As the internet does, they were worried about things being contaminated. I do cover them. I recommend that you cover them. But then, the kids can just help themselves. Cheesesticks, yogurts, and then fresh fruits and vegetables. That's perfect. You got a second hack over here. I do. This is something that I do for myself, not necessarily for the kids. I'm a full-time working mom. Every Sunday when I'm doing my meal prep I'll prep these containers for smoothie starters. Are those olives? No, those are dark cherries. Okay, good. I thought those were olives, too. Dark cherries. Frozen cherries. Frozen kale. Chia seeds. The idea behind this is that they're already ready to go in the freezer. It's pretty good. It's really good. You have that ready to go. And then you just pull it out of the freezer, add milk and protein powder in the morning. So, the third hack is, I again, going along with packing lunches is, I take a whole loaf of bread on the weekend, make a bunch of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, put them in the baggies -- freeze theme for the week. Put one in your kid's lunch bag and it thaws out by lunch and it doesn't get soggy. I love this. You know, there's only one thing missing from your refrigerator and we got it for you. Bam, that right there. That's your refrigerator magnet, officially make your refrigerator right. These are really incredible hacks. Time-saving and organizational skills are on point. You'll need that because you're going to be spreading your time between three. Thank you so much. To get her tips, be sure to

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