How to Organize a Small Bathroom for Back to School

Morning Station

3. Get Creative

With us moving a lot, permanent fixtures such as installing cabinets are not a good idea. But, we needed something capable of organizing and helping my oldest with Autism. This cabinet is our morning station – it holds her clothes for the next day, the items that she needs to use, a do not forget board, and her visual schedule. While it easily could have been installed on the wall, we keep it on the counter where it is easier to reach (and move). This cupboard which we built and designed for less than $20 has been a huge sanity for us.

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Chia pudding is just one of those snacks that you can't go wrong with. Packed with calcium, antioxidants, and naturally free of gluten, this Chocolate Chia Pudding is filled with creamy, dreamy goodness.

Chocolate Chia Pudding

Rebel Puppy Chow Bites

Kids will love these simple marshmallow puppy chow bites (aka Rebel Bites) inspired by The Secret Life of Pets - they are perfect for little hands!