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  • Chasity Fraley- Bradley

    Day #15 ~ Getting Organized Challenge (Medicine/Vitamin Organization) | A Bowl Full of Lemons--- need containers for, cold, liquids, pain, first aid, skin, bandages. Animal containers for chickens, dogs, cats. So 4 tall, 5 short all stackable.

  • Sarah Kane

    Organize Medicine Cabinet/ First Aid Kit

  • Wendy Hofstetter

    First Aid organizing ideas

  • sharon

    Need to do this. #organized #medicine #cabinet #organization #tubs #diy #labels

  • Marissa Wynn

    all this first aid and medical stuff... this looks like my future linen closet (note that there's too much stuff for a medicine cabinet!)

  • Killer Vixen Boutique

    Get your first aid and cold medicine organized. Also try making index cards with home remedies such as lemons, honey, tea and other recipes that other family members have a they're disposal.

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