Rearrange your fridge
In the day after your surgery, moving your arms will be severely restricted. Make sure that all important things are placed low and easily accessible. You will not be able to lift anything heavy. Small bottles are better than large ones.
Make things easy
What seems simple before the operation may become a challenge in the days that follow. For example, washing the dishes may suddenly be very difficult. Have paper plates and cutlery ready and easily accessible. This will save you from rinsing and will not cause any shards if they fall and break.
Prepare your bathroom
All important things for daily needs should be easily accessible and in stock. Make sure you have enough toilet paper, toothpaste and, if necessary, tampons or pads in stock. Even damp cloths can be very helpful in this situation.
Keep cash at hand
Even if you usually pay by card, you should always have cash at hand after the operation. So, you can pay for the delivery service or ask friends to pick something up for you.
As you recover from your surgery, you will not be able to perform many of your usual beauty routines. Take care of a few things before your surgery - for example, manicure or pedicure, colouring your hair or waxing.