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Heir Hunters Jun 18
Döstädning, or death cleaning is the latest incarnation of the Brits’ love affair with Scandinavian notions >>
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eastrockawaylibrary 9 Feb 18
New NonFiction at the library and more!
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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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Nyasha Junior 14 Oct 17
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Enquire within:Name withheld to protect the guilty 31 May 18
Any people from know the phrase for ?
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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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Bob Collins Dec 10
I wonder if the MN Historical Society wants the Polinaut Zamboni?
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Funeral Zone 27 Feb 18
(UK) What's Swedish all about?
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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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wendy 13 Jan 18
Reading a great book, proving inspiration to clean & organize.
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Jane Sorensen 21 Apr 18
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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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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genealogybargains 9 Nov 17
What plans have you made to ensure that your genealogy research doesn’t die with you?
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Helen Averley 20 Jan 18
What you find in the attic! 1976!
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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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✨ 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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Nancy Duley May 29
Replying to @nduley
Trash is a surprisingly large category...
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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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heathervescent 10 Mar 18
8 hours of pop music = successful . It truly is a cathartic experience. Also, I learned way more than I needed about my family history.
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ScandiFans 10 Oct 17
New Scandinavian decluttering trend
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