I copied Jules almost exactly, starting with the area to make beautiful and useful: our kitchen-based medicine cabinet. Once I saw her idea, I couldn't face reaching for another Toy Story Band Aid, while holding the other hand out to catch the falling who-knows-what, again.
Following her advice, I took it ALL out. I made general piles: First Aid, Heat, Kids, and Adult. Then, I looked at expiration dates and tossed a lot.
I found some nifty bins at Target, Sterilite Medium Clip Boxes. They had six, and they looked about the right size. I bought all six. I'm glad I did, because now it says they are out of stock online and you can't buy them in stores. Strange. (And, sorry.)
Thank goodness they fit perfectly in our cabinets, and six was enough to hold everything. You will see that I geeked out and made labels. Of course I did!
This cabinet makes me happy now. The Band Aid box comes out at least once a day, and it is SO MUCH EASIER. No more random things falling down or unboxed Band Aids floating about and sticking to my sweater. No more searching for the "Baby" Vicks Vap-o-Rub (I'm not sure there is a difference) or swearing we've got some Pepto somewhere around here. Now, I know where it is, and anyone who can read can find it, use it, and put it back in the right place.
Also, we are good on Neosporin, hydrogen peroxide, gauze pads, eye wash, and Benadryl for the next five years.