Our Medicine Cabinet-Updated

Our Medicine Cabinet-Updated

Back in December, I had shown what our Medicine Cabinet in the RV looked like. Here is the updated picture of it. We have used up a few things and bought a few new products.

All nice and organized…at least for a few days.
A close up of the tooth care corner along with our container of tweezers and clippers.

So what all do we own? Here is the detailed list for those that are curious:

Top Shelf (Mostly Caleb’s Stuff)

  • Calamine Lotion
  • Travel Size Shaving Cream
  • Men’s Body Spray 
  • Athlete’s Foot Cream
  • Deodorant
  • Shaving Cream
  • Meyer’s Laundry Detergent
  • Foot Powder
  • Lotion
  • Eagle Figurine (because my husband loves eagles so why not?)

Middle Shelf

  •  Micro Plex MVp*
  • Alpha CRS+*
  • Mito 2 Max*
  • Digest Tabs*
  • Deep Blue Lotion*
  • Coconut Oil
  • Cedarwood Block
  • Hd Clear Oil*
  • Facial Cleanser*
  • Hair Cream
  • Hand Lotion*
  • Deodorant
  • Pregnancy Test

Bottom Shelf

  • Q-tips
  • Fitbit
  • Hair ties and Head Bands
  • Hair Brush
  • Cedarwood Block
  • Tooth Paste 
  • Floss
  • Jar with Tooth Brushes
  • Correct X *
  • Termomator 
  • Big and Small Clippers
  • Tweezers 
  • Safety Pins

All the items with a * can be purchased at my doTERRA website.

You might be wondering, “What are the Cedarwood Blocks for?” 

“The unique power of cedar wood absorbs moisture and eliminates mildew and fungus. The natural wood also acts as a natural insect repellent, keeping away moths and other insects. Cedar blocks also deodorize the air and refresh the aroma in your cupboards, closets and storage spaces”

The quote above is a description about the cedarwood blocks we use:

We use them in shoe closets too.

Wondering what other bathroom items we have? You might be interested in what we store below the sink.

What do you have in your medicine cabinet? Do you use cedarwood blocks in your RV or house? Don’t forget to follow my blog to keep up with our journey!


Dealing With An Autoimmune Disease on the Road

Dealing With An Autoimmune Disease on the Road

Today I decided to do another video update due to my Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis giving me so much trouble this past week. My hands have been too swollen to type a lot. I wanted to share how I deal with my Autoimmune Disease while living a minimalist lifestyle on the road. We use essential oils to help take care of our family’s minor health issues. If you are interested in buying any, check out our doTERRA website here.

If interested in some coconut oil to use on your skin, try this brand on Amazon.

Do you have an Autoimmune Disease you deal with? I would love to hear your story. Don’t forget to follow my blog to keep up with our journey.

Living Without a Linen Closet

Living Without a Linen Closet

Fulltime RV living is usually an organizational Tetris. You have to find room for everything you need and want. The bathroom is no different. I wrote about the medicine cabinet and now want to show where I store the rest of our bathroom supplies.

Even though our bathroom has quite a bit of floor space, it actually doesn’t have a lot of cabinets. It has the medicine cabinet and the cabinet under the sink. I like to keep what we have to a minimal to keep life simple. So here is what is in our cabinet below the sink.

This is as simple as it gets! 

The bottom shelf has 5 towels, we own 6, and the top shelf has all the smaller items. The top shelf has wash rags, shower bags, hair clippers, toilet paper, and a wire basket of smaller items.

The wire basket has a handheld mirror, Epsom salt, a travel soap container, extra tooth brushes, and extra razors.
These are the items in my husband’s shower bag. His bag is stored in the middle in the back. He will normally just grab his razor, a bar of soap with the container, and toothpaste to add to his bag when he uses his shower bag.
My shower bag has deodorant, face wash, and a bar of soap on the left. I usually have shampoo and conditioner bottles there as well but recently used them up when we ran out in the shower. The right side has a hand towel, wash rag, tooth paste, toothbrush, and razor.
There is also a front pouch that holds a hairbrush, leave-in conditioner, and a couple hair ties.

A few extra things to mention are:

  •  I store bulk toilet paper in a different closet and just add a few rolls to this cabinet when we get low. 
  • I cut my husband and boys’ hair with the hair clippers. I mention that in this post
  • I plan to downsize to four towels when these towels get older. I want to switch over to faster drying towels.

What do you have in your bathroom cabinets, linen closet, or medicine cabinet? I’d love to read your blog if you write about this topic. Leave a link below in the comments. Don’t forget to follow my blog to keep up with our journey.