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Lou Rosenberger Apr 16
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SevenPonds Aug 1
Death Cleaning: A Thoughtful Act for Family and Friends: It's much kinder to handle clutter before you die rather than leaving it to your loved ones after you're gone
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swedennewyork 2 Mar 18
Swedish word of the day: which translates to : to declutter your home so your family won’t have to after your passing. An odd concept you think? Not at all. Sweden’s Margareta Andersson wrote a book about it: Via
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heathervescent 10 Mar 18
If you leave a box of papers in a closet long enough, you can throw the whole thing out. Also, I was a weird kid. Also is invigorating. I recommend to do it when you are already in a cranky/depressed/sad/irritable mood.
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melissa flashman 20 Aug 17
I have now filled two extra large trash bags and sorted my stockings into warm v fancy camps.
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Sanders Funeral Home 4 Apr 18
Have you heard of the Swedish practice of death cleaning? It’s a practice for your life as you age. Decluttering can make us happier, less stressed, and reminds us we aren’t here forever.
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Marianne David 29 Dec 17
So close to the new year and my isn't fully done yet.
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Enquire within:Name withheld to protect the guilty May 31
Any people from know the phrase for ?
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Katherine Blackler Jun 6
Hi Catching up with today's show 👍 I interpret "beautiful" as anything that uplifts & pleases you not just aesthetics! So sentimental stuff can count as that! 😉 & Yes, there are people to help with & life organisation. Try
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FizzySnood 14 Jan 18
"The fact of living longer doesn’t just give us time to think about death, but also plunges us into chaos, sickness and confusion, and death cleaning seems a valiant attempt to counter this." I like the sound of
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Peter Rosengard Mar 9
book didn’t work for me . I was riding on my Vespa down Golborne Road last Saturday and saw these two vase lamps- I braked: they’re now on my kitchen shelf- no room elsewhere in the flat aka crowded warehouse - stallholder geezer in hat David Orme is a character!
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HughSykes 9 Jan 18
(sic). One solution for those shells & pebbles from long-ago holidays with your children. LED lights - from all good electrical gadget stores - on top of Killner jars filled with salted water to mimic the sea to stop algae-greening.
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Gautham Machaiah Apr 21
Realising the impermanence of life and the unavoidability of death, many are now beginning to set their houses in order before departing the world, instead of leaving their mess for others to clear. My article.
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MyLittleBloggie Dec 10
I wonder if the MN Historical Society wants the Polinaut Zamboni?
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✨ SoulZENSuzie ✨ Dec 28
How to start a conversation with your loved ones about downsizing. "The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning" by Margareta Magnusson
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Angela Walters 8 Feb 18
what a horrid thing in trying to avoid your children discovering who their parents/family were! As I look after our family "archives" I treasure so much that gives the stories around past lives, answers questions regrettably unasked in life.
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Jane Sorensen 🐰 🐇 Dec 17
Should I start a side hustle called 🤘🏻⚡️⚡️🤘🏻 where I basically show up like a Viking and don’t let people take prisoners while de-junking their hoarded homes? I get way too much satisfaction over getting rid of stuff. I have slaughtered my sentimentality.
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Divine Tantric Touch Jun 25
* Decluttering via sorting/repurposing/disposing of possessions prior to death so family members/friends are spared the grim task🚫Do U have too much stuff? Once U die, ur family must deal with it all*Keep a throw-away box of photos/letters that ur family can chuck
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Tim Hubbard Oct 9
Looking cheerful about the prospect of at with & .
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Jane Sorensen 🐰 🐇 Apr 21
It’s so beautiful out! Like the first day of spring, just a bit of fresh chill. Weekends dictate house work. I’m gonna prioritize that and the spring cleaning (!) and all the little things I’ve put off bc I was dealing with that blow-up. And rest. I’m still 🤧
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