Organization Overload

$5 tension rods at Target. (Insert "organizing things makes me unbelievably happy" emoji here)

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Organization has always been a thing that comes naturally to me. For some reason, I think it’s fun to sort things. Clothing is arranged according to Roy G. Biv. Physical media is alphabetized. It’s just something that I do.

Now thanks to a recent purchase at Target, pictured above, shoe storage reaches a new level of fun.

This tidiness excitement matches well with my life with diabetes, too. Keeping track of test strips, insulin pump supplies, Dexcom sensors, insulin, alcohol swabs, and all that jazz is much easier to navigate when I know where everything is and how much I have left.

Considering the cost of all these supplies, I figure showing them the respect of a standard home in our closet is the least I can do.

How does organization work in your home? Are you precise with how and where you put your diabetes supplies? Does all that diabetes supply sorting influence how you maintain the rest of your home? Do you just put everything in a drawer and let the fates sort things out?

Thoughts?

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