Organized lifestyle means a lot. A topsy- turvy one may bring a complicated life—far from how it feels like to be an Asian art. This goes the same in the home front. A messy house would entail a clutter in our mind, most especially for women whose sole contentment are cleanliness, neatness, comfort, and the beauty around. But what would be the possible scenario if there are children in the house?

Children are fun. Their laughter reverberates. They are angels. And their innocence assures us that their simple minds are what make them happy but surely they are undisciplined. And how being disciplined is seen differently from one mom to another simply because each mom has different house rules. This is why every mom sees her child as the most disciplined when her kid and other children hang around her house. And this is because it is her child who knows what can make her mom irate. Disciplining a child to submit to house rules will make life organized to mom and to the kids, as well. It does not matter if the children at home are playing in pair or in multitude. If mom is organized and neat, no matter how many children she has, she’ll maintain a neat home and uncluttered life because of the common discipline she imposes to all. To her despite number of children having fun and moving about the house, she will still her home interior as beautiful as her landscape painting. But this does not apply to other children visiting of whether they are children of neighbors, friends, or relatives because no one is given the right to scold them no matter how tempting it is caused by some situation. It is only the moms who are apt to disciplining their children provided that the kids are still kids. Mom can attest to how hurtful it is to see their child being scolded by someone else not unless the person is her school adviser who treats her students like her own children. This is the reason why mom encounters a challenge in handling children that are not hers for she knows exactly what a mom feels towards her kids. And truly, for other children to stay in one house is an expected mess and a time being of disorganized mental state. This mostly applies to neat-freak and O/C moms whose child of her very own had been subjected to stern discipline when it comes to maintaining the cleanliness and neatness of the house.

Our children do not share household chores with us. The last thing moms want to see is their own child looking filthy from dirty job or looking exhausted from laborious work at home when all they want is to see them being the best of Asian art. We may send our little son to errands like buying something from convenience store that is within the building where we dwell and that we know is well-guarded and safe yet toxic chores done by moms in a daily basis at home is the least thing we want them to learn.

But maintaining what moms keep is a sign of respect and consideration that they’d be reminded until the message is learned by heart. With this, no matter how many children we have at home, as long as they are our children, we can still keep an organized lifestyle for a surrounding that is organized and uncluttered means well-being to us mentally.

Author's Bio: 

Jocelyn Aps is the Business Development Manager at Artyii, Asia's leading community for emerging artists focusing on Asian art. Launched in November 2010, Artyii offers a powerful global platform to discover emerging Asian art. Over 500 artists from Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia have trusted Artyii, thus far. Membership is by-invite only. Apart from sharing art, artists can communicate with gallery owners. She spreads article in the net that can be anything like relationship, womanhood, family, etc and make wall painting and arts metaphoric to them.