Top shelf is for nail care, second shelf is for analgesic rubs, sun screen, and anti-itch lotions and balms, and the bottom shelf holds first aid items, band-aids, and a thermometer. I don't keep any OTC or prescription medications except for eyedrops or creams in my cabinet. On the inside door, I have a reflexology chart.
by HeartLife Plus 7 years ago
It is pretty baffling to me watching pharmaceutical commercials with a lengthy warnings about how potentially dangerous the featured drug is. Yet medical doctors all over the country will prescribe them to anyone asking. Diarrhea, vomiting, hair loss, depression, dry mouth, blurred vision, heart...
by Ntrice 8 years ago
How do I organize a small kitchen with excessive cabinet space?Ther are some things I dont like looking at but use all the time, where do I put them?!?!?1
by Veronica Roberts 7 years ago
How do you easily organize shoes?I've gotten rid of shoes, and have tried using a plastic tub (that didn't last long) & a hanging shelf (hung it on the rod in the closet). Neither worked well. Any suggestions?
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