Rica Peralejo on having a messy house: “Mess means the house is alive”

Rica Peralejo on having a messy house: “Mess means the house is alive”

- Rica Peralejo has taken to social media to publish an insightful Instagram update

- The actress wrote a lengthy post about having a messy house

- The mom of two boys mentioned a few reasons why some parts of her house are not picture-perfect

- Rica also shared about her kids’ fortresses under their stairs filled with cardboard boxes, paper, and blankets

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Rica Peralejo recently had an insightful post about her and family’s home.

Rica Peralejo on having a messy house: “Mess means the house is alive”
Photo from Rica Peralejo (@ricaperalejo)
Source: Instagram

On her Instagram page, the actress said, “A lot of people will comment that my house is magulo or messy.”

Rica, a mom of two boys, then penned reasons why her house is usually messy:

“1. I only have one staff and I would not like to stress out the both of us by making sure all the kalat of the boys are neatly put away every minute of the day.

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“2. The mess makes it uncomfortable for the people in the home. And guess what? It makes them move. They learn to clean up because they themselves feel they don’t like living within a mess that never gets cleaned! So in short: it encourages personal responsibility.”
“3. Mess means the house is alive. People actually use it, live in it, and was not had for display.”
“4. Mess usually means people have created in the space. I would rather be the mom who overlooked the writings on the wall haha than the mom who always said no to everything just because I wanted everything to be picture perfect.”

She furthermore shared about her kids’ fortresses under their stairs filled with cardboard boxes, paper and blankets, among others.

Read her full post below:

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Rica Peralejo is an actress who used to be a cast member of “Ang TV.” The former actress is now married to a Christian pastor named Joseph Bonifacio. They have two children – Philip Nathaniel and Manu.

Rica recently shared on social media a video of her jump rope workout. In the said video, the actress successfully did five consecutive double unders. A basher, however, penned that Rica’s jump rope videos are “nakakasawa na”. Rica then reacted to the basher's remark.

Rica also posted about the importance of self-care and self-love online. In her online post, the celebrity mom talked about how she once thought her existence was "not necessary". According to Rica, she never liked the terms; "self-care" and "self-love" before as she was anxious she would make it about herself. Her enlightening post about self-love eventually elicited praises both from netizens and celebrities as well.

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