It only took me 20 minutes to get my meds together for the weekend- that just might be a record:
The paperwork includes my emergency health summary page and the descriptions for all my prescriptions. The little cluster to the right is my OTC meds and assorted pillcases. The orange bottle holds all my vitamins and supplements. Those are things that if someone decides that they’re not safe and tosses them. then I can live without for a couple days or replace easily. To be honest, to me that doesn’t look like all that much- if I was going to be gone longer it would be a different story.
Packed to go:
This bag stays in my purse and with me at all times, along with our travel documents. I actually moved one or two pills into the cases to save space- this is the last trip this bag will take; it’s getting pretty ratty. This also prompted me to update my emergency info sheet- a few meds had changed. I save it in Google docs and share it with each doctor (or any doctor who is interested and web-savvy).
Update: Darn it- I knew that was too easy- I found a bottle that I missed. It’s like playing horizontal jenga squeezing anything else in there.