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After 20 years of living in her Coto de Caza estate, Vicki Gunvalson has put the Mediterranean-style manse on the market. And as she prepares to move into new digs, The Real Housewives of Orange County alum is meticulously organizing all her things — including her monk-fruit sweetener and her salad dressings.
In an Instagram Story, the Puerto-Vallarta condo owner filmed herself in the kitchen of her Orange County pad. "I just got home, and I had my closets organized, my pantry, oh my gosh," she said.
Tagging iDesign and Simply Seaside Organizing as she stepped into her pantry, Vicki said: "If my house ever sells, they're gonna pack it, and unpack it." Gesturing to the shelves behind her, the insurance pro enthused: "Look at this! Everything is neat and clean. Mama's happy."
In the Stories that followed, Vicki used zippy, upbeat songs to underscore her joy as she panned over her beautifully organized shelves. Everything from baking supplies to crackers and wellness supplements were in neatly labeled clear bins, and cans and bottled condiments were tidily arrayed in their own space.
This almost inspires us to finally get our spices alphabetized:
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