5. Rearrange Your Pantry
While you're in a spring-cleaning frame of mind, now's a good time to go through your pantry. This can help not only free up space, but get your eating habits on a better track. 'The first foods you see are often the first foods you grab to eat,' Palinski-Wade says. 'Foods with little nutritional value, such as those filled with refined carbohydrates and added sugars like cookies or candy, should be tossed or moved to the back of the pantry where they are less visible. Rearrange the cabinet so that healthy options like air-popped popcorn, whole grain crackers, nuts, and seeds are the first thing you see when reaching for a snack.' In addition, get rid of any expired food in the pantry, fridge, and freezer.