by Todd Walker
Here’s a quick update on the our network…
We launched the DTS Network two months ago in an effort to encourage other like-minded people to learn a minimum of one new self-reliant skill in 2014.
You responded by sharing the skills you’re learning in this blog’s comment section, social media, and via email. DRG and I are amazed at the response. Not surprised, just stoked to see people from all walks of life learning new skills and honing existing ones.
We all benefit from our open source learning community! Kathy A. recently shared her permaculture adventures on our Facebook group which sparked DRG to begin pursuing this skill.
Other topics being discussed and shared include…
- Primitive fire making
- Cast iron cookware
- Food storage
- Food preservation techniques
- Home brewing
- Trade skills
- Natural cleaners and body care
- Gardening/seed starting/green houses
- Animal husbandry
- Trapping/tanning hides
- HAM communications
- Optimal health/functional fitness
If you’re ready to add to your skill set, we invite you to join the Doing the Stuff Network and share what you’re doing with our community. It’s all about trading theory for action! What works in the pages of books and blogs doesn’t always translate to real world success.
Looking forward to learning from you.
Keep Doing the Stuff,
P.S. – You can also keep up with the Stuff we’re Doing on Twitter, Pinterest, Google +, and our Facebook page. Ready to trade theory for action? Join us in the Doing the Stuff Network on these social media sites: Pinterest, Google +, and Facebook. Use the hashtag #DoingTheStuff when sharing your stuff on Twitter.
P.P.S – If you find value in our blog, DRG and I would appreciate your vote on the Top Prepper Sites! You can vote daily by clicking here or on the image below. Check out all the other value-adding Prepper sites while you’re there…
Thanks for sharing the stuff!
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