We never thought that a book about moving would be so enjoyable. Just thought thought of moving gives lots of us cold sweats! And yet, Ali Wenzke, who’s been called the Marie Kondo of Moving has authored the extremely helpful, calming, and yes, enjoyable book, The Art of Hapy Moving: How to Declutter, Pack, and Start Over While Maintaining Your Sanity and Finding Happiness . So it’s no surprise that our chat with her was just as fun, interesting and helpful — even if you’re not planning to move any time soon.

Take a listen right now. It’s inspiring!

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Some of the Topics We Discuss:

-How to know when it’s time to move.

-Helpful exercises to help you analyze your priorities.

-Excellent decluttering tips for those of you who just can’t with the KonMari method.

-Moving mishaps you do not want to replicate. (Hilarious!)

-How to get kids involved and make a relocation more fun for them.

-Changes you can make to your home now to make it feel new, even if you haven’t moved in years. (Liz definitely needs to paint!)

Interview with The Art of Happy Moving author and expert, Ali Wenzke

If you want to get in touch with Ali Wenzke, you can find her at her site, ArtofHappyMoving.com, on Twitter @AliWenzke and on Instagram @AliWenzke. And of course, pick up her book The Art of Hapy Moving: How to Declutter, Pack, and Start Over While Maintaining Your Sanity and Finding Happiness from our affiliate Amazon, or your local book seller!

 

Our Cool Picks of the Week 

The Roostery on Etsy offers thousands of modern bedding options, table cloths, upholstery and more to freshen your home

Ali – Move For Hunger is an amazing non-profit that makes it so easy to donate your food when you move, so that it goes to local food pantries to support families in need in your own community. Wow.

Liz – Roostery by Spoonflower (above) is The Etsy shop where she found her awesome new bedding, It’s packed with modern and mid-century fabrics to freshen your home whethher you move or not.

Kristen – Benefit Pore Primer is making her very happy! You can find it at Ulta (that’s an affiliate link) and

 

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