Christie Zimmer says you only need 10 minutes to unpack your move! Crazy, you might say, but in reality, Christie is actually referring only to the mental process you should go through – to unpack your move. We all know it takes MUCH longer to unpack all of those boxes, and why DO we keep hauling the same belongings around, move after move?
These delightfully created journal pages were born from a collaboration between Naomi Hattaway and Christie Zimmer around the importance of capturing your thoughts, memories and moments as you begin the process of moving to a new home, whether that’s just around the corner, or across the ocean.
Listen in to our interview where we discuss the benefits of journaling, why it’s not simply relaxing like coloring pages, and how easy it is to get started.
To learn more about Christie Zimmer’s work, or to purchase your own set of printable journal pages (available in all paper sizes!), visit Christie Zimmer’s 10 Minutes to Unpack Your Move shop.
Author: Naomi Hattaway
Naomi Hattaway is the founder of I Am A Triangle, an online community of members from around the globe who have one thing in common – they’ve lived around the world, away from their passport countries. Offering in-person gatherings in over 80 cities around the globe, I Am A Triangle also exists to be a one-stop-shop for resources whether you are just pondering a move abroad, currently are living the adventure, or are repatriating back “home.” She also owns 8th & Home Real Estate and Relocation, a referral network matching families on the move with real estate professionals who chase communities and not commissions. After living in several locations in the United States, her family (three kids, now ages 21, 13 and 10) moved overseas to Delhi, India where she learned to thrive in the midst of chaos.
Following a one-year stint in Singapore, they are now back in the United States, and she has traipsed her way from Florida to Virginia and is now – for the time being – in Ohio. Naomi is passionate about community building and empowering others to thrive, not just survive, in the places they call home.