Is there anything I can do to make it easier to pull plug ins out of the wall sockets? All of the wall sockets in the kitchen make it very difficult to pull the plug in out of the wall receptacle. The toaster, the coffee maker, the can opener, the microwave, etc., are all difficult to pull out of the wall sockets in the kitchen.
This will depend in part on where you are in the world. Sockets in the UK can be very tight when new, but if you open them up you can often loosen the metal contacts so they don't grip the plug as tightly. I would imagine sockets in other countries will also have similar adjustments possible.
Make sure you turn off current at the breaker/fuse box first!
In general, though, I wouldn't advise doing this as it does increase the risk that you will get a bad electrical connection, which could lead to arcing and fire. This is still a low risk, so don't panic, but in general repeated plugging-in and removal will loosen and weaken the socket over time.
I do not unplug appliances in my kitchen, but just turn them off with the switches, which are designed for repeated use.
You could try something like this attachments to make plug easier to pull out:
These appear to stick onto your existing plugs.
You can get new plugs with a built in handle:
but these would require you to rewire all your appliances. This is perfectly safe if done properly, so if you don't feel confident in doing it yourself you should be able to get an electrician to do it for you.