If You Love Marie Kondo, Swedish Death Cleaning May Be for You — Cleaning Tips from Kitchn

My husband and I are avid antique shoppers and like to joke that when we die (hopefully many, many decades from now!), we're setting our neighbors up for one of the best estate sales of all time. Who wouldn't want a primitive jelly cabinet with a slightly busted corner? Or a six-pack of canned, expired emergency water?

Of course, we say that in the same breath we take to complain about eventually having to clean our parents' houses when they pass. It's a little morbid, we know, but we're not so much focused on their deaths as we are talking about just how much stuff they have managed to stuff into their suburban New Jersey homes.

Why am I telling you this? Because I just stumbled upon an upcoming book that gave me pause: The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter.


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