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Do It Like The Swedes

The fine art of death cleaning

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No, this is not a new IKEA offering, car, or music app. This term, translated to English, is Death Cleaning.

If you’ve ever been tasked with clearing the house following the death of a parent or a grandparent, you know what I mean. We’re often astonished about what is kept, especially those family members who…




Move over Millenials, we Baby Boomers are writing about our life experiences! We’re not grumpy old buggers, we’re extremely wise thirty-something-year-olds rebounding online. Boomerangs share life lessons about recovering our power, money, relationships, health, and self-worth.

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Frances Hickmott

Frances Hickmott

Writer/Speaker/Author-” Journey to Joy,” writes about mental health, self-improvement, and resilience.

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