Swedish Death Cleaning
Swedes practice a form of decluttering that is called döstädning — dö means “death” and städning means “cleaning.” The concept is to let go of all the things you no longer need or want, and keep just the things that are most precious or useful to you. In the meantime, you’ll help your loved ones by taking charge of your things now and leaving less confusion for them later. Read about the book that started the movement: Margareta Magnusson’s “The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter.”
It’s not morbid; it’s common sense!
In just hours, the Clutter Queen will work with you every step of the way to reduce or eliminate clutter, and will guide you in how to distribute your things through donation, resale, etc. We will address:
- clothing and shoes
- photos and letters
- basement and attic
- pantry and closets
- home office
Contact The Clutter Queen today to learn how we can help you.