The Swedish term Döstädning, used by Margareta Magnusson in this book, literally means "death cleaning," a method to "declutter your home and minimize your worldly possessions so your loved ones don’t have to do it for you" after you are gone.
It is said by one reviewer to refer to "to putting your life in order—years or even decades before it becomes urgent," although the approach can also be useful for those of us who are young and healthy, just as an approach to simplifying our lives.
The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter
to be released in January 2018
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