Things You Should Never Store In The Bathroom
I understand that life gets busy and it’s easy to leave a trail of the items you’ve used throughout the day, around your home. In fact, I’m pretty much the queen of doing just that. My boyfriend will get home and say, “Looks like tornado Julia has been here.” I don’t even notice it. As I go about my routine, making my breakfast, getting dressed, walking the dog, and doing my work, I only have time to get ready for and do those things, but barely do I have time to clean up after myself. Because of that, my boyfriend might find my phone charger in the snacks pantry or the mail key in the medicine cabinet. While that’s quirky and rather funny, it can be not-so-funny when you drag the wrong things into the bathroom. That is a bacteria-laden area. Here are things you should never bring into the bathroom.
Temperature sensitive medication
Certain medications, when exposed to temperature changes—particularly high temperature and humidity—can suffer a change in composition and become unusable. Just because it’s called a medicine cabinet doesn’t mean your meds should go in the cabinet above your bathroom mirror.