Happy Wednesday! This is one of my favorite linkups of the month because I am so curious about how other people do things. I try to find great systems for organizing, planning, and creating routines but I know there is always room for improvement.
In January, we talked about scheduling and organizing a busy family.
This month’s topic is quite timely! We are taking a look at our medicine cabinets. Our medicine cabinet has been getting quite a few visits from me this week. I had a little sinus pressure on Thursday and then lost my voice. It has been pretty touch and go until today. I’ve been using a tambourine to get the kids’ attention and a text reader extension to give directions at school. Alexa’s announcements have been a life saver at home. I’m still a little hoarse today, but it’s much better.
Our main medicine cabinet is in my closet. The previous owners remodeled the bathroom and put one of the old cabinets in the closet. We use the middle drawer for medicine.
These are the medicines we use the most in that drawer. They have been work horses in our house this winter as we’ve passed a not-covid cold around.
We also keep some vitamins, daily medicines, and Band-Aids on the kitchen counter in a fabulous basket from Charleston, South Carolina.
I do keep some everyday medicines in my purse (Advil, Tylenol, etc.). I love this pill carrier and have used it for a few years.
I keep this pill box in my lunchbox and to keep track of my vitamins.
That’s a look at my medicine cabinet and a little more. I am pretty pleased with how we do it, but I’m also happy to look at how everyone else is doing it. Have a great day full of sunshine and books!