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52 Organizing Missions

Welcome to Mission #22 of our 52 Get Organized Missions.

This week we turn to the bathroom. Follow these 3 simple steps and you’ll have your own little spa in your home.

This mission is a great follow on from our previous missions (Get Organized Mission 20: Create Your Organized Life Bedtime Routine and Get Organized Mission 21: Create Your Organized Life Morning Routine).

Remember: you only need 30 minutes for the basic mission. Extended Options are below.
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2 thoughts on “Mission 22: Organize Your Bathroom

  1. terryl1776@yahoo.com says:

    The following is our group responses: Take everything out of the cabinets, drawers and shelves: dispose of the products that are expired including hair and makeup products and prescription meds. Due to humidity we suggest you do not keep your prescription medications in your bathroom cabinet. Place everything you want to keep on the countertop or free standing furniture.
    The following are items you should dispose of: Old or expired toiletries and bath products; Old or yucky make-up; Old or yucky hairbrushes and combs; Old perfumes and lotions; Expired and no-longer-needed medicines; Tatty towels and bathmats; Empty or mildewed bottles and Yucky bathroom accessories, like rusty shower caddies.
    Keep things close to where you use them – shower products in the shower, dental products beside the sink, shaver in a cabinet beside the power outlet/base
    Once you have sorted the items put the products which are in good condition in their proper location

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