• Lahni Carney

Day 13: Master Bathroom

Hello, all! Thank you for joining us for another fun day of organizing your home.

We have been on a journey of decluttering your house and I am so excited to have another day with you!

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Today we are going to continue with YOUR spaces and organize your bathroom. Are you ready!!

This is the kind of enthusiasm we always bring to an organizing project!

The first step to organizing your bathroom is to next step is to pull everything out. That means bringing out everything from the shower, cabinets, drawers and any other spaces that are in your bathroom.

Don’t be shy, bring it all out!

By pulling all of the items out from their spots, you’ll be able to see all of the items that occupy your bathroom and start making decisions on what can stay and what needs to go.

As you pull out all of the items in your bathroom, categorize them into groups based on what they are.

Put all of the products from your shower that are currently being used in a group together (shampoo, conditioner, soap, face wash, exfoliates).

Then move to the rest of your beauty products that are currently in use and categorize those as well.

Sort everything into a broad group and then break each broad group into smaller, more specific groups.

The more specific you can get for each group, the better your bathroom will look and function at the end.

Group all of the hair products together, then sort them by hairspray, heat protector, dry shampoo, accessories and tools.

Do the same for face products, then sort them by facial cleanser, serum, toner, moisturizer, wipes, makeup remover and masks.

Move onto sorting the body products, then grouping them by deodorant, lotions, sunscreen, oils and bath bombs.

Next up, group together feminine products, then sort them by tampons, liners, pads and wipes.

After that, round up all of the oral care, sort them by toothbrush, toothpaste, floss and mouthwash. Lastly, the body sprays, sort these by scent or by how often you use that specific perfume.

Then do the same with all of your makeup. Making groups of eye products, then sort them by mascara, eyeliner and eye pallets.

Then group together all of the products for your face and sort those into powders, bronzers, blushes, highlighters and foundation.

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Next sort all of your lips products, then sort them by lipsticks, glosses, liners and chap sticks. Lastly group together all of your tools eyelash curlers, tweezers, sharpeners and nail clippers.

Finish up by doing the same with your paper products, grouping them by toilet paper, cotton swabs and cotton rounds.

After that, all of the linens, sorting them by body towels, hand towels and face clothes. Don't forget to categorize your cleaning supplies!

Finish up by grouping together your back stock items, these are items that you have extra for when your currently being used products run out. Make groups for these products just as you have for all of the other items.