Episode 96 – Decluttering after someone has died

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Decluttering after someone has died is an incredibly difficult thing to do for so many reasons. In this podcast, we discuss when is the right time to tackle a project like this.

How do you declutter after someone has died? In this podcast, we discuss when is the right time and how to tackle it.

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Decluttering after someone has died brings with it such powerful emotions and we are often urged to tackle it before we are ready or sometimes we leave it too long.

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Show summary


  • Is there ever a right time to embark on decluttering when someone has died?.
  • Grief affects every one in different ways and at different times and we need to respect that.
  • It is a tense time for families.
  • Should we prepare our stuff before we die so our loved ones have an idea of our wishes?
  • Is reading letters from people that have passed a good idea?

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