Here's a real simple one:
Whenever I have a recipe that calls for honey & oil, I always measure the oil INTO the measuring cup I intend on using for the honey. This way, when I then squeeze the honey into the cup, it just slips right out of the measuring cup - I get all the honey, no waste, no sticky mess.
There. How simple is that?
Oh, and a second quick idea:
When I buy my yeast, it comes in a bulk bag. The bag tends to be difficult to deal with - I end up spilling yeast, even though I tried to contain it in a small ziploc bag.
Instead, I now transfer my yeast into a small, glass jar with a screw on top. I got this from my mom - who actually buys her yeast IN a small glass jar. I just grab my yeast from the freezer, unscrew the top. No mess, no spills, no fuss - simple.
Two simple thoughts from the kitchen this week. Just two things that add ease to my bread baking days.