Having a tidy home is every housekeeper’s dream and wish. Some housekeepers do consider this as a serious mission to accomplish. They put their heart and mind into organizing, cleaning and arranging every spot in their homes.
To do this on your own, you need time a sense of devotion, and more importantly a creative mind. Experts in this regard can give relative assistance, but without a taste that can define what things and details will suit your house and those which will not, you cannot enjoy that tidy home you are dreaming of.
We always get astonished by the meticulousness of moms; they have specific boxes where they place their baby needs; everything from toddler tantrums to toddler meals. They keep everything well-arranged.
Speaking of children and organization, if kids are around, meds should be kept in safe medication storage at home away from their reach. Maybe, there are better places where to store them other than your tall bathroom unit. Let us find out more!
No need to place your meds in the bathroom cabinet
It turns out that your small bathroom cabinet is not the best place where to store your meds. In fact, most people forget about taking the daily doses of their prescribed meds. Although those tall bathroom vanities are useful for other things, they don’t make such good med storage.
In fact, your bathroom cabinet is the spot where to keep anything you don’t want to see around. Sometimes, you may not even realize that your meds are actually placed in there.
If you think that keeping your allergy pills, appetite suppressant pills, antihistamine eye drops, antiretroviral drugs or any other meds in the medicine cabinet is going to remind of taking them on time, then you are wrong.
Try to put them in a decorated tiny box; this might have even an effect on your psychology as you take your daily doses.
Keep your meds dry and cool
One way to ensure the efficiency of the treatment that your doctor insists on is keeping the assisting meds cool and dry. The cool and dry environment preserves the efficiency of medicines.
It must be noted that your meds should be put in a box and placed in a dark spot away from sun rays which might break through. Finding a dry and cool spot is quite easy, especially if you got a large house. If the box is tiny, it can be easily placed in the drawer.
Since the recommended boxes are the decorated ones, they can be placed as adornments in your bedroom, but with one condition: no kids should be around, otherwise, things will be catastrophic to the extent of causing the death of the child.
Use a lock
To organize your house, you need both ideas and tools. The tiniest stuff that you might have in the living room like some sort of ornaments or the extra plates and dishes you got in the kitchen cabinets are the kind of things to throw away.
Such stuff makes your house look both messy and untidy. As a matter of fact, house organization can start with a simple thing such as your meds box. Medication storage is pretty serious if kids are around.