If I buy veggies for the purpose of adding them as toppings on salads or sandwiches, I slice them up as soon as I get home. I slice my green peppers into strips. I cut one tomato into slices for sandwiches and dice the other for tacos and salads. I cut celery sticks into hand-held pieces for snacking and lunch sides. After I'm done cutting, I put the veggies into Tupperware containers. This makes it SO easy in the morning when I'm making lunch. If I want a ham sandwich with green peppers and tomatoes, I open the Tupperware container and throw 'em on. Before, I would have to get the tomato out, find a knife, cut it up, add it to the sandwich, wrap the tomato back up, add the tomato to the sandwich, put it back in the fridge. Time-waster in the morning--and I need every free second I can get during my morning routine. Time wasters are NOT allowed.
I've also started putting my bagged lettuce into a sealed container that can easily be taken out and made into a fresh salad or be added as a topping. I know it's no different than grabbing the bag out of the fridge, but this way, I have the container on a shelf at eye level and it helps me remember that I have lettuce in the fridge that can be used. I've cut down on some MAJOR lettuce wasting by doing this.
All of the lunch meats are on a shelf together for easy grabbage. Tortillas in the "meat" drawer because they're a funky shape and I just wanted them out of the way :)
And voila. You have yourself an organized, but not obsessively so, fridge. It makes things so much easier when lunch and dinner prepping and has actually helped me eat healthier. I still have some ideas out there, like place mats or Press and Seal paper to help prevent spills and make an easier clean-up if one were to happen. What's your fridge look like? Organized bliss or crazy chaos??