It's not me, it's Dave who is eating and making the toast. In the past the wrappers, twist-ties and/or plastic bag closers (what are they called?) were left out amongst the drifts of breadcrumbs, which were stuck to the jelly and peanut butter drips...O you know the story. And then I saw this idea on Pinterest (familiar?).
I was shopping for food at our local W store and had a loaf of bread at the ready. Off to the hardware dept. where I found this inexpensive small red plastic toolbox. The loaf fit precisely inside, and the toolbox came home with me. Now residing in the Toast Corner it is lined with a red dishtowel and keeps the unwrapped bread fresh and reduces the vast majority of the wrapper/closer/crumb mess. Somehow in all this 'retraining' I have also managed to convince Dave to put down a paper towel when he slathers his toast. Genius!
The wrapper is removed before the bread goes in, and of course the wrapper is recycled on our doggie walks.
It's fixing the little things that keeps life's irritations at bay.