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Pill organizers

Posted by joann_fla (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 11, 09 at 13:59

I just wanted to share with you something I just did. I have all these vitamins I'm taking, I can't remember if I took them when the bottles are just on the counter. So I went in search of a large organizer for big pills and never found any. I finally found the perfect thing in the craft department at walmart. It has 7 sections and will hold all the pills in each compartment for each day. It was about $3.50 much less then the ones in the pharmacy and bigger too.


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RE: Pill organizers

Mine is similar, it's a compartmentalize container for screws. It makes it easy for travel too. I hangs on a hook on the inside of the cabinet door.

Vitamin Dispenser


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I bought one of the 28 compartment sorters at Walmart for about $3+. Everywhere else they were $10 or more. I then split it into two 14 day units. I leave one by my recliner and one in the kitchen. Makes it easy to tell if I took my vitamins that day and it covers two weeks each. I also have a 7 day one I fill and take with when I travel.

I like the sorting aspect. Pop the top, flip the contents into my mouth and I have a day's worth of everything. Don't have to pick out each one from bulk.


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I have a small one I keep in my purse for aspirin, Tylenol, gas pills, digestant pills, etc., I keep my regular medications (2) at home in their containers unless we travel.


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What great ideas! I also have my vitamins in their original bottles sitting on the cabinet. I only take 1 prescription and the rest vitamin/minerals. I'm going to get a craft organizer the next time I go to town. Thanks for this tip!


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Also check in the sports department in the fishing supplies area and look for the Plano ones. They are sturdy and in different sizes. When I did bead word, I used them to keep the beads in. Adustable areas and quite sturdy.


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