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The woman behind decluttering trend ‘Swedish death cleaning’ asks a simple question to decide what to throw away
In "The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning," Margareta Magnusson recommends considering how much meaning an object will have to others — not just to you.
The newest decluttering craze is ‘Swedish death cleaning,’ which hinges on the fact that friends and family won’t want your junk when you’re dead
"The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning" guides readers in organizing and winnowing down their possessions — in preparation for their demise.
Fellow Stanford graduate and fraternity member Billy Gallagher has written a book about Evan Spiegel and Snapchat.
Dorie Clark, author of "Entrepreneurial You," recommends diversifying your income and career so you're protected against the unexpected.
Malcolm Gladwell, an author and podcast host, praised "Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn: A Saga of Race and Family" by Gary Pomerantz.
Psychologist Eli Finkel, author of "The All-or-Nothing Marriage," says placing fewer demands on your partner can make your relationship happier.
How to survive a new baby without destroying your marriage, according to a relationship psychologist and father of two
Eli Finkel, author of "The All-or-Nothing Marriage," says you should adjust your expectations about what your life and relationship will look like after a baby.
‘There’s no guarantee’ you and your spouse will still be compatible in 5 years, says a relationship psychologist
Psychologist Eli Finkel, author of "The All-or-Nothing Marriage," says couples who start out perfectly compatible may grow and change differently over time.
Gretchen Rubin, author of "The Four Tendencies," says people with different personality types may be initially attracted to each other, only to clash later on.
In his new book, "Finish," Jon Acuff recommends picking one goal and making it your priority — and letting other stuff fall by the wayside.