Mothers are philosophers, accountants, housewives, home organizers, decorators, and nurses.
Although sometimes it seems to you that their advice is nothing more than scolding, in reality, they are great learning that will be very valuable both at home and in life in general.
We have asked you through Instagram about the advice of the order of your mothers and this is what you have told us.
- If you kept things in their place they would not be lost.
- A place for everything and everything in its place.
- As you have the room, you have the heart.
- It costs the same to leave it in the drawer than to leave it in the armchair.
- What thieves do not take, appears in the corners.
- A collected house seems cleaner.
- Ordered everything entered.
- Order and cleanliness give you peace.
- Always leave the house with the bed made and the kitchen collected.
- Keep the order and the order will keep you.
- Everything that does not work and has not been used for a long time goes to recycling.
IF YOU KEPT THINGS IN THEIR PLACE THEY WOULD NOT BE LOST.
It’s what @martabz’s mother tells him every time he can’t find something. A phrase that other of your mothers say in their own way like @12teresab’s “Who orders always find” or @neus_la_la’s “If you kept it you would know where it is.” And it is that in order it is essential that each one establishes the best place for each thing taking into account logical criteria such as keeping what you use the most at hand.
A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE.
It is the phrase that most of your mothers tell you, as in the case of Clara. sens. As Marie Kondo, says if everything has a place assigned it is much easier to save it when you no longer need it and find it when necessary. You know what they say, if it takes more than 1 minute to find a certain object, you have to establish more clearly its place in the world (or in your house, in this case).
AS YOU HAVE THE ROOM, YOU HAVE THE HEART
Great, the phrase of Teresacastillomartinez’s mother could not be more accurate and very similar to what the mother says. And is that many times the disorder in a house can hide other problems such as a tendency to accumulate, and low self-esteem … @sofia_chamochim’s mother has a similar one. “The wardrobe is a reflection of your life.”
IT COSTS THE SAME TO LEAVE IT IN THE DRAWER THAN TO LEAVE IT IN THE ARMCHAIR
Clearer water. This is what @sylviamontoliu’s mother told her so she does not leave things anywhere when she enters the house. You already know that there is furniture at home, such as certain chairs or tables, which are magnet surfaces because they can catch all objects. This advice is in line with what @crisoldemar’s mother says “What does it cost you to collect everything when you finish using it?”.
WHAT THIEVES DO NOT TAKE, APPEARS IN THE CORNERS
A sense of humour and irony is present in many of the order phrases of your mothers. This tip is from Mother, and we loved it. Her objective is clear, to tell her not to leave things in the most unexpected place.
A COLLECTED HOUSE SEEMS CLEANER
That is what the mothers of @carmeng_barroso and @rfontanet tell him. They are very clear that order and cleanliness are closely related. Also, the fewer things you have in between, the easier it will be to pick up and clean the house, so keep that in mind.
ORDERED EVERYTHING ENTERS
Because things well folded and placed take up much less than stored anyway, the phrase of @b_zekis’s mother sums it up very well. The same as the conversation that @ nestidelafuente6 reproduces with his mother: “Mom, this does not fit here! Come on, come on if we had so much room in glory”. Because mothers are experts in taking advantage of space so that more things can be stored well. The inventors of full-fledged Tetris.
ORDER AND CLEANLINESS GIVE YOU PEACE
That ordering makes you feel better is something we already knew and that the mothers of @ammontesinos and sole920715 often remind them of. Not only because a tidy house is more relaxing and even seems bigger, but after ordering you feel better, as liberated. Of course, the order is as important as maintaining order later.
ALWAYS LEAVE THE HOUSE WITH THE BED MADE AND THE KITCHEN COLLECTED
Many of your mothers are very clear that the order is not only to have the wardrobe organized but also another series of habits that help you to have a tidier house (and life). The mothers say so. Other variants also recommend leaving the room collected before going to sleep. So, in summary, this maternal advice would be another great classic: “Don’t put off what you can do today for tomorrow”.
We remind you why it is so important to make a bed every day.
KEEP THE ORDER AND THE ORDER WILL KEEP YOU
This precious advice is from the mother of @pilarmpino (who is called Pilar García del Pino Pérez de Luna) and the mother @mamiteayudo does not seem to us almost like a meditation teacher and speaks, of course, of all the benefits it can bring you to be an orderly person.
EVERYTHING THAT DOES NOT WORK AND HAS NOT BEEN USED FOR A LONG TIME GOES TO RECYCLING
@Viv_santamaria‘s mother is clear that order begins by getting rid of many things, as Marie Kondo herself would say. Because shooting is the first step to organizing. So before you start ordering it is super important that you keep only what you use, it is in good condition and you like it. Donate the rest, give it away, sell it, or throw it away. It’s up to you. These are the 10 steps to learn how to shoot.