Nobody likes to talk about death, but due to it’s inevitability, it’s something we must address at some point. After death, all the stuff you own becomes someone else’s, and you have to ask yourself how much stuff do you want your loved ones to deal with while they are grieving.
Dominique Joly of My Journey to Simplicity shares her thoughts in You Can’t Take It With You. She has personal experience with the death of her father, and she shares what she experienced.
As we talk about decluttering and death, think about what you want to leave behind for your loved ones? Will you leave them trash or treasures? Do you have any experience with decluttering after the death of a loved one? I’d love to hear your experiences in our comments section.