Brittney Morgan

Brittney is Apartment Therapy's Assistant Lifestyle Editor and an avid tweeter with a passion for carbs and lipstick. She believes in mermaids and owns way too many throw pillows.
9 Brilliant Ways to Store Boxes of Foil, Parchment Paper, and Plastic Wrap
Organizing Tips from The Kitchn
Enough with the hard-to-organize, slowly disintegrating boxes of parchment paper!
Apr 12, 2024
I Tried It: Goodbye, Gross Disposables. Hello, Silicone Sponge!
Can a silicone sponge replace your basic disposable kitchen sponge for life, or does it sound too good to be true?
Jul 14, 2023
This Fan-Favorite Kitchen Sink Cleaning Plan Might Be Your Key to Happiness
"When you get up the next morning, your sink will greet you, and a smile will come across your lovely face."
Oct 19, 2022
How to Deal with Your Most Emotionally Charged Clutter
"People want to let go of the things, but they don't want to let go of the person."
Sep 8, 2022
7 Bad Housekeeping Habits to Quit Right Now
The best way to regain control of a messy kitchen is to focus on and change your behavior, one bad habit at a time.
Oct 25, 2021
10 Clever Ways to Organize All Your Food Storage Containers and Their Lids
Organizing Tips from The Kitchn
Some of these ideas use stuff you've likely already got laying around the house.
Apr 16, 2020
9 Spots in the Kitchen You’re Forgetting to Clean (and How to Take Them On)
You clean your kitchen regularly, making sure the dishes are done, the counters are wiped down, and the fridge isn’t harboring anything gross, but even the cleanest people can overlook the little things without realizing it. If some spots (think: light switches, appliance handles, and window screens) are missing from your cleaning routine, here’s a little reminder to thoroughly clean your kitchen — and some help on how to tackle them properly.
Jun 6, 2019
The 5 Cleaning Must-Haves that Professional House Cleaners Swear By
Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn
Take it from the people who know!
May 31, 2019
An Honest Review of Those Wacky-Looking Silicone Sponges
Have you ever picked up your kitchen sponge to do the dishes only to find that it smells totally musty? And not only that, but you have zero bonus sponges in the cabinet to replace it with? Of course you have. You’re a human being. This happens to everyone. I have had several full-on existential crises over how germy and gross sponges can get, and throwing them away so often feels totally wasteful.
May 30, 2019
Smart Cleaning Advice That Only Messy People Could Give
If you’re a messy person looking to make cleaning and organizing a little less painful — and, you know, incorporate it into your regular routine — who better to get advice from than people who face the same challenges and have found ways to make things work? We asked self-admitted messy people to share their shortcuts and what helps them (and we combed through a few super-helpful Reddit threads — this one and this one, to be exact). Here are the best tips we gathered.
May 1, 2019
5 Bad Housekeeping Habits You Need to Quit Right Now
Clutter is just a fact of life. Stuff piles up, messes are made, and dealing with it all becomes one of many things on your to-do list. Easy enough to manage when life is calm and work is steady, but when things get hectic, it’s more and more tempting to let things slide and deal with them later. And eventually, all that procrastinating can turn into what feels like an impossible cleaning challenge. But, of course, that’s not the case.
May 1, 2019
11 Efficient Dishwashing Tactics to Try (from People Who Hate to Do Them)
For many of us, doing the dishes is one of the worst chores there is. But it’s often those people who can’t stand doing the dishes who are the best at avoiding them for a while and then getting them done efficiently, which is exactly why I reached out for advice to people who don’t have a dishwasher and just absolutely hate doing the dishes.
Sep 4, 2018
Here’s What You Should Really Be Doing on Sundays
Sundays are for sleeping in, binge-watching something on Netflix, and only changing out of your pajamas for brunch dates with friends, right? But sometimes — especially when you’ve got a particularly stressful week ahead — your usual chill Sunday can be better spent being productive. Sunday is the best day to take care of all the things that usually plague you, from cleaning and cooking to getting ahead at work.
May 11, 2018