#CutTheCrap Challenge: Learn from Others


We live at a time when there are endless opportunities to see and learn from others in a way that has never been possible before. Google is nearly always at our fingertips, and a world of answers, advice and suggestions are there whenever and wherever we need it.

Navigating your life in an effort to simplify, declutter, and be more intentional is not a new concept… and in the digital age, others have been documenting their journeys and offering helpful insight to anyone willing to take not. It is a great time for the collaboration of learning with others.  By learning from and about others… we are able to develop our understanding about simple living and minimalism… but also go deeper into the knowledge of our self.

Maybe you will be able to learn from the mistakes of others, so that you don’t make a potential mistake that sets you back.

You don’t have to have all of the answers today… but you should be making a conscious effort to develop your strengths by learning from others’ strengths… how they know that they are successful… the steps they took in their journey… obstacles they have had to overcome…

Then, you use this new knowledge to refine the steps that you need to take… and continue on.

Here is a list of folks that inspire us… spend some time reading their words… bookmark their pages… and carry on…

Florida Minimalist

Simple Living Over 50

Youthful Minimalist

More Time Than Money

Becoming Minimalist

Lorilee Lippencott

If you know of any good sites to add to this list, please leave a comment below… and we’ll keep it building.

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Are you ready?… let’s do this.


  1. Florida Minimalist · June 10, 2015

    Thank you so much for the mention above! I love my Minimalist blogging community, and am inspired every day!

    • Chadwick and Amy · June 10, 2015

      You are welcome. Thank YOU for sharing pieces of your life for the rest of us on the way.

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