Leave No Junk Behind

Americans are pack rats – we have too much stuff and we refuse to get rid of it. When we die, our loved ones are left to deal with our junk. Some people simply can’t stomach the thought of getting rid of their stuff (i.e. hoarders), while others actually believe their loved ones will want their stuff (i.e. delusional). If your family doesn’t want your stuff when you’re alive, they certainly won’t want it after your death. A recent Washington Post article (Americans are pack rats. Swedes have a solution: ‘Death Cleaning’), focuses on a decluttering process the Swedes call “dostadning” – which comes from the Swedish words for death and cleaning. The main emphasis is to take responsibility

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