Courtney Carver is a writer and speaker who inspires people to find their way back to love by slowing down and simplifying life and work. She created minimalist fashion challenge Project 333 featured in O, The Oprah Magazine.
Jules Clancy loves food especially veggies. She has a degree in Food Science and is the author of “5 ingredients 10 minutes”. She blogs about delicious, healthy 5-Ingredient meals over at www.thestonesoup.com.
Cait Flanders paid off $30,000 of debt, tossed 75% of her belongings and completed a two-year shopping ban. She is passionate about helping others align their budgets with their goals and values, and become more conscious consumers.
Brooke McAlary is on a mission to help you slow down. She is the creator and host of The Slow Home Podcast – an iTunes #1 Health show – and is the founder of Slow Your Home. She’s also a firm advocate for the best things in life – naps, travel, a good book and a great shiraz.
Erin Somerville created The School of Enough when her own life of excess made her realize that we are at our best when we create rather than consume. She believes simplicity frees us to live with courage, compassion, generosity, and care for the planet. A voracious researcher, exerciser, vegetable eater, and world traveler, she now writes about how to discover what really matters.
Tammy Strobel is a writer, photographer, and teacher. She created her blog, RowdyKittens.com, in late 2007 to improve her writing and to share her story. Tammy spends her free time taking photos, walking, and hanging out with friends and family. She lives in Northern California with her husband, Logan, and two cats. You can read about Tammy’s adventures at rowdykittens.com.
Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development blogs.” Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they’ve spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace.
Anthony Ongaro is an intentional living advocate, filmmaker, and entrepreneur. After years of impulse spending on Amazon, he gave up his one-click purchase habit to prioritize experiences over things and fully align his daily actions with his values. He writes and creates videos about practical intentional living at Break the Twitch to help people minimize distractions, build habits, and create opportunities for a fulfilling life.
Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus share their message about living a meaningful life with less stuff at TheMinimalists.com.