Today we are shifting into our last category… disciplines to perform annually. These are the easiest to “stick with” because you only need to do them once a year!
Most people have a regular inflow of personal products: makeup, cleansers, hair supplies, ointments, oral hygiene supplies, razors, deodorants, etc. The good news is, many of these supplies get used up and thrown away once they are empty.
At the same time, some products end up in the equivalent of a “dead zone.” These are things we bought but, for some reason, didn’t completely use up. Maybe we didn’t like how it worked, or perhaps we needed it for a temporary use, after which we shoved it in a drawer and forgot about it.
For both sanitary and organizational reasons, it makes sense to sweep through your bathroom once a year and throw away anything that is old, expired, broken, or simply unwanted. Typically this can be done on a rainy afternoon, and it leaves us feeling better about the products we are using on our bodies.
How often do you review accumulated personal supplies?