Once everything has been sorted out (ha!) it’s time to begin organizing. Similar to the process of purging, work on one section at a time, as to not overwhelm yourself. When considering what to group together, avoid the temptation to micro-organize. Daily routines require many tools and products, so separating items that are typically used together/at the same time may be counterproductive and make your mornings more chaotic than they should be. In addition to grouping items together by function/routine, keep your items where you use them (or as close to it as possible). Skincare near the sink, makeup and hair tools close by the mirrors, medicines in the cabinet, and so-on. The items you use most frequently should be in easy-to-reach locations.
Use clear bins and containers without lids so that every item is easily discovered once in its place. Add labels to these storage systems (the more specific, the better!) and even the individual items themselves as you go. Speaking from experience, this is crucial for allowing family members to keep up with organization down the road.
One of my favorite bathroom organizing tips for ADHD (or really, for anyone) is to utilize vertical space. Many under-sink cabinets lack shelving, which can cause wasted space, so purchase some sliding shelf options or lazy susan caddies as needed. Another great way to utilize this often overlooked space is to use towel hooks on the wall in your bathroom. This helps keep cluttered piles of wet towels off the floor or sloppily-thrown towels on racks.