the bathroom is generally the smallest room in the house, and therefore takes the least amount of time to declutter. Plus the bathroom is usually an unemotional place to start. Getting rid of an old shampoo bottle is far easier than deciding what to do with clothing.
We had our medical supplies in containers on one shelf and also scattered around the house in about two other places, makes it hard to just grab that throat spray or children’s medicine when you need it in a flash!
When organising, only keep small appliances that are multi-purpose. Consider a blender as a better option than a milk shake maker. A large pie tin is better than a pie maker as you use less pastry, and eat more filling.
In a perfect world, I'd run out to buy a beautiful new set of cutlery (and a new drawer and kitchen to match I suppose) and display it all beautifully all of the time. But of course, this isn't a perfect world. So this is what I'll do instead ... time to declutter!!
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