How To Begin The Art Of Swedish Death Cleaning via The Tiny Life [Shared]

Rosanne has always had a penchant for decluttering the house. Myself, less so, but as we get older we are paying more attention to the clutter that we can easily get rid of. As I have transitioned out of day-to-day computer work, I have been reducing my collection of backup tech to the bare minimum. I only really need 1 extra monitor, just in case we have a failure, but the rest, the oldest, get put out for the next thrift pickup or taken to ewaste. This applies to cables, too. I regularly purge older cables that we no longer need, maybe retaining one or two for backup purposes but not an entire box. — Douglas

How To Begin The Art Of Swedish Death Cleaning – The Tiny Life

The gentle art of swedish death cleaning

The term “Swedish death cleaning” may raise some eyebrows considering these three words aren’t commonly used in the same sentence.

However, if you’re in search of a way to declutter the stuff your loved ones have left behind or looking to make the decluttering process easier on your loved ones when you pass, Swedish death cleaning may be just the thing to help.

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