Your bathroom will never be the same.
If I had to name the most disorganized spot in my home right now, I'd probably have to go with my the cabinet under the bathroom sink. Okay, well, maybe I'd actually go with the junk drawer in the kitchen, but, listen-we all have one of those, and my bathroom cabinet is absolutely a close second. Why? Because it's a tiny space to begin with, then add a giant pipe in the middle of things and it gets even harder to work around.
If you can relate, I have some good news to share: there are a surprising amount of organizers out there that are literally made to tackle this exact problem, so no matter how big or small your bathroom sink cabinet is, there's hope for order yet. It's all about finding creative ways to make storage happen, and these genius organizers might just change your life-or at least, make it just a little bit easier.
K: The wife of House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings is facing new allegations of self-dealing and perjury following the disclosure of financial dealings between her charity and her for-profit consulting firm, according to an IRS complaint a watchdog group filed Friday in response to a Daily Caller News Foundation report. The National Legal and Policy Center’s complaint is an amendment to its original May 20 complaint against Maya Rockeymoore Cummings’s charity, the Center for Global Policy Solutions (CGPS), which alleged that the nonprofit’s overlapping relationship with her for-profit company, Global Policy Solutions, LLC, could have derived an “illegal private benefit” for her and her husband. The NLPC’s amended complaint filed Friday highlights the charity’s audited financial reports, first reported by TheDCNF, which detail how it paid Rockeymoore Cummings’s for-profit venture over $250,000 in “management fees” between 2013 and 2015.