I did my half-bath first. It was a piece of cake, proving that small spaces are easier to manage. They simply hold less!
The kids' bathroom was easy to work through as well. Knowing that as my girls get older they will require more space in the bathroom I have left empty drawers and shelves so that I don't have to loose the space later on down the road! We had a collection of towels that I quickly cut down by 1/3. The towels that were formerly in our master bath I kept for guests and/or swimming towels. The large hooded towels also got to stay for the kid's baths and showers. The small hooded towels were put into the Goodwill pile. (Even as I write this, however, I think "That's a lot of towels! Are they all necessary?") For some reason we had a pile of toothbrushes (Yuck!), and I ditched all the bath toys. The kids were just playing with empty soap bottles anyway. I grabbed some old baby toy buckets that have holes in the bottom. I like the bath toys to have drainage so that they dry quickly.
The master bath reminded me that clutter usually means a waste of money. I went to Target earlier in the week and bought 3 things that I later found in our bathroom. Grrr! I gave my mom 2 bottles of toner. It was really good stuff so I was glad to find a home for it. Since I use the oil cleansing method I don't need a lot of products for my face. Yay!
Next week I am on the the toy room/home school room. It is going to be great!
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