A MUM-of-two has revealed how she saved hundreds with a incredibly easy fridge hack that costs nothing.
Sarah Biggers, 31, from Atlanta, Georgia, frequently shares her day-to-day routine to her thousands of followers on TikTok.
Her viral videos focus on how she juggles being a parent with running her makeup brand Clover by Clove.
And now the savvy mum has impressed her followers by sharing how she sets up her fridge.
Sarah claimed the layout of items is key.
The mum said she keeps the foods that expire the quickest in the door of the fridge.
This means Sarah and her family are more likely to use them before they spoil, eliminating food waste and saving money.
The businesswoman said: “I’ve seen the fridges on this app.
“This is far less impressive, but I’m still going to walk you through how we organise it.”
Filming the inside of her fridge she showed how fruit, vegetables and other perishables are kept in the door.
She added: “In the door we keep either fruits and vegetables we want to eat more of or things that tend to go bad fast in our fridge if we don’t see them often.
“We always keep lettuce and greens up here because those go bad in our fridge so fast, and things like easy-to-grab fruits.”
Sarah’s fridge draws contain things that “can be kind of out of sight, out of mind”.
She said: “In what is typically considered a crisper drawer for vegetables, we keep things that last longer.
“So, cheeses, meats, larger jarred items like olives and salsas and such.”
And instead of placing condiments in the fridge door, Sarah uses a lazy Susan turntable to organise them.
She said: “I, like everybody’s grandmother who shops at Costco, have an ungodly amount of open condiments at all times.
“So, these don’t even fit in [the door] and I prefer them like this anyway.
As always TikTokers were quick to take to the comment section to share their opinion on Sarah’s life hack.
One commented: “The condiments in crisper has been massive for me. Leave the open fridge space for the stuff that goes bad.”
Another said: “Honestly this is the most smart, functional fridge i have seen.
“Functional fridge outweighs pretty fridge!! I am out of words for how impressed i am!”
While a third wrote: “The lazy Susan is my favourite and genius!!!”