Fiorella engages in priority housekeeping. Whatever is in desperate straits receives attention; the rest can wait. In contrast, housekeeping was Fio's mother's major priority. Yes, Fio grew up in a house in which there was a place for everything and everything was in its place, and she liked it, but she has other things she'd rather do than clean, vacuum, and pick up after everybody.
She always did. It drove her mother crazy.