Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself From A Lifetime of Stuff (Paperback)
How to set you or your relatives' affairs in order and get rid of the heavy burdens...
Every single day you keep adding weight to the heavy pack on your back.
Wearing a backpack loaded with bricks is the perfect image to describe how most people feel.
We all know how it goes. Your house is full of things you either bought yourself, you got gifted or you inherited because you thought one day you might need it.
And yet, the canvas you once bought with the intention to fill your free time with more creative tasks remains empty.
The older we get, the more clutter we accumulate.
According to LA Times, there are 300,000 items in the average American home.
Unfortunately, most of them are non-essential goods.
No one likes to talk about death. Yet, there is nothing more important than "putting the dot on the i" before you pass away.
If you love your family and friends, you don t want to procrastinate death cleaning until it is too late.
We are living in a world of mass consumption where most people are already afraid of their own clutter. Dealing with someone else's stuff is even harder and a painful process to go through.
If you want to be remembered for the great things you did in life instead of the mess you left behind, there is only one way to go.
Fortunately, our Swedish friends discovered a method which makes organizing your possessions a piece of cake.
The most efficient way to set your affairs in order is Swedish Death Cleaning.
In "Swedish Death Cleaning", you ll discover:
- A day-by-day guide to clean up your life in 4 days
- Why Death Cleaning isn t morbid, but thoughtful
- 3 most important types of tidying up your life
- How to overcome denial and face the inevitable truth
- 4 trends to prove to make sure the mess in your house doesn t become a mess in your head
- The right mindset to avoid emotional stress and overcome your fears
- Practical exercises and the right questions to ask while decluttering
- How to deal with the invisible ballast you are carrying around
You might be still young, fit and healthy. Unfortunately, death is unpredictable.
It is similar to the sad facts about retirement savings.
A staggering 57% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their accounts. Yet according to experts, people need a nest egg of $1 million to get them through a 30-year retirement.
You don't worry if you are not close to your retirement, but once you are suffering from poverty, it will hit you hard.
Don t make the same old mistakes by procrastinating what you don t like.
Going through a family members stuff is heartbreaking. Save your family from this awful process.
Get your copy now to thoughtfully declutter your home.