On the Road in January

Well, how did your first month of the new year go? I can’t hardly believe January is over! Ours was…different…than we had planned, but that’s for another post sometime in February. Let’s take a quick peek at the top 5 posts here on the blog for the past month!

February

1. Celebrating Loved Ones All Year Around! – It’s still a good time to be thinking about flowers, since Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching, but remember that any time of the year is a good time to celebrate your loved ones!

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6 Ways to Survive a Small Bathroom

I’ve shared a couple of small bathrooms with a number of people over the years. Growing up, my sister and I shared a small bathroom. In college, I shared a small bathroom with 3 other roommates. And our first year of marriage, I shared a VERY small bathroom with my husband. The struggle is real.

The struggle is SO real that, when we were looking at homes to purchase, one of my prayers was for double sinks in the master bathroom. Can I get an “amen”?! And here’s where I say that God really does have a sense of humor: the home we purchased actually had double sinks in the master bathroom AND the guest bathroom!

I know many of you have the same struggles with a small bathroom, so when Zoe Clark contacted me about this article, I knew there were lots of you who would find it helpful! And she’s got some fantastic ideas! Take it away, Zoe!

People who live in small flats should definitely not go throwing in random accessories, especially not in their tiny loos. If your bathroom feels like a matchbox and you cannot afford to move to a bigger home, check out these six simple tips on how to organize your miniature toilet area and make its modest dimensions work to your advantage.

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Keep only the essentials

A common problem with bathrooms, both large and small, is that homeowners tend to get carried away with the quantity of belongings they keep there. Just like the rest of your home, your bathing area should be free of clutter and equipped with functional essentials. Go over the items you have in your bathroom and donate or throw away anything you do not truly need. Also, be careful when shopping for bathroom staples and opt for cleaning liquids designed for multiple surfaces to avoid accumulating a range of disinfectants which work with one type of material only.

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