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We have company coming for Christmas in three and 1/2 weeks. My house, well “there appears to have been a struggle”. My helper, my mom, has a broken arm. So I have three and 1/2 weeks to clean, declutter and organize the house, plus work, dance mom duties and homeschool. AHHHHHHHHH So I’m starting slowly, room by room. My first room is the downstairs, guest bathroom. I’ve tried to organize this room before, and being organizationally challenged, nothing has worked. It was so bad we had everyday medication on top of the microwave in the kitchen so we could find it. I’m hopeful that this inexpensive bathroom organization I am showing you today is the right solution. Only time will tell!
Here’s the before, I told you it was bad!
Inexpensive Bathroom Organization
First we had to pick up some supplies! These were easy, I grabbed some plastic shoeboxes with lids, some bright labels, and a pen. With cold and flu season upon us I also grabbed some Children’s Advil and strawberry Chapstick to add to our new cold/flu/fever box so we would be ready when the kids get fever and chapped lips from a cold or virus.
First I placed the showboxes on the table. Then I cleaned out the closet in the bathroom and put everything on the same table. From there it was easy, I just sorted everything by box and threw away anything that was old and expired. Our boxes are hair, nails, makeup, feminine products, first aid, diabetic supplies, mom’s medications (my mom takes a lot of daily meds so she got her own box), cold/fever/flu/allergies, vitamins, and skin care. We also left an open box with medications we use on a daily basis so they are quick and easy to grab.
After sorting, I stacked the boxes neatly in the closet and labeled them. Everything fits nice and neat and now when someone opens the closet door, nothing will fall out on them and it will look neat and organized! Best of all it cost under $20! Also when the kids get sick or hurt I’ll be able to find everything from the Children’s Advil to the allergy auto-injectors to the bandages.
Walgreens is making it easier to restock your bathroom by offering $15 off select Pfizer products during the month of November. So go pick up some Advil, Thermacare, Children’s Advil, Dimetapp, Robitussin, Emergen-C 30ct, Centrum/Caltrate, Chapstick, Nexium 24HR before organizing your bathroom and save! Click here to learn more about these products and this special offer before heading to your local Walgreens. Our’s just got rebuilt, isn’t it pretty?
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