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Bathrooms:

You’ve seen those bathrooms on TV – the Zen temples of calm and quiet and the ones that are spa-like getaways. Well here’s a shocking thought: Bathrooms are for cleaning, bathing and grooming, not for candlelight picnics, resort-like getaways or relaxed reading.
1. Get rid of what should NOT be there: the candle collection, shoes, food and the library of reading material, including newspapers more than 2 days old. A small basket with a few magazines is all you really need.
2. “Bury” the shampoo graveyard for good. Commit to using up all those almost empty bottles of shampoo and conditioner or toss them – NOW. Also, get rid of expired cosmetics.
3. Use votive holders for bobby pins or hair elastics; plastic drawer dividers for the medicine cabinet; silverware dividers for the drawers and separate make-up, brushes, etc.
4. Place hairbrushes and combs in a container as well to keep them together. Use storage containers for cotton balls and Q-tips and other items that are small or large in quantity.
5. If you don’t have closed cabinets under your sink, use wicker baskets to hold and organize items such as extra toilet paper, shampoo, liquid soap or hair-styling aids.
6. Hang a shower caddy over the shower head to organize shampoos, conditioners, loofahs, soaps and shower gels that may otherwise clutter up the shower floor or topple over and spill.
7. Place hooks on the back of bathroom doors to hang shower cap, towels, gowns and the like. Don’t be afraid to add more than one hook.
8. Add towel rails and racks on the wall for rolled towels and washcloths to keep the bathroom uncluttered.
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