Archive | January, 2018

DeathCleaning

Jane talks decluttering with BBC’s Aggie MacKenzie

Jane talks decluttering with BBC’s Aggie MacKenzie Recently, a little book has come out ‘The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning’, by Margareta Magnusson, a Swedish woman who describes herself as ‘somewhere between 80 -100 years old’. It’s been marketed very cleverly – a different angle on what used to be called ‘spring cleaning’, and…

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Jane with her husband Philip is taking her business to an international market.

Before I Go Solutions goes international

Here’s a press release that was sent out yesterday, and resulted in several opportunities – more news on that to come 🙂 Before I go Solutions is branching out and will be training others to run end-of-life planning courses in Canada, America and Australia and throughout the UK. Jane Duncan Rogers who founded the business…

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Death at work A death at work is devastating in different ways from at home. If you run a business of any kind, listen in to this conversation as Sheela tells her story of what went wrong, why and what needed to happen to help make the situation better.  

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Helping People Die Peacefully   The words ‘how to die peacefully’ really struck me. That’s what everybody wants, isn’t it? Every month during 2017 Jane will be interviewing a specialist in the field of dying, death and grief for my new series The B.I.G. Interviews Series, hosted on her You Tube Channel. First up was Dr…

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Moving from Scared to Sacred February’s interview in the BIG Interview Series is with Patty Burgess, President of Possibility with doingdeathdifferently.com. Patty is a friend and colleague, has participated on my Before I Go Programme and is one wise, wild woman (so right up my street!)   Scroll down to see what she is offering…

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