Another week has passed and the homesteading and natural living communities have been as busy as ever. It’s wonderful to see how they are growing, evolving and thriving from that early start back in mid 2017. It’s always been a busy, interactive and supportive community, even back when we started as Steemit Homesteaders. We were all small accounts and unable to give much financial support, yet if there is a community that understands that moral and personal support comes before money, it’s this one. I believe that this philosophy has been the reason the communities stay strong and retain so many members. Yes, we’ve branched out into multiple communities now, but are still connected and support one another.
Things happening in the community.
I love how our communities band together for a great cause. Over at @freedomtribe, with support from @theinnerblocks and @naturalmedicine, they are running a happiness challenge to raise funds for @LittleDisciples school and charity in Venezuela. The challenge is open until Wednesday 29th May, so there is still plenty of time to join in.
@steemonboarding is running a contest, with lots of prizes up for grabs, to encourage mass adoption of the Steem blockchain. This starts today and runs until 12th June. More details can be found here.
Other current contests and challenges which are running are:
- Cannabis as a natural medicine from @naturalmedicine
- @naturalmedicine also has a fundraising raffle going, which has, roughly, another week to run. More details here.
- @ecotrain‘s current Question of the Week finishes today, Wednesday 22nd May. Keep an eye out for the next one which will come soon if you’ve miss this one.
- The weekly homesteading and gardening contest from @wildhomesteading runs until Friday.
@beckyanne71 has just joined Steem and is still trying to find her way around. Hopefully, we can help.
Not quite so new here is @kindredacres,
who joined us at the start of this year. They post about homesteading
and wellness and have content on other platforms. Also an Etsy shop,
Some highlights of the week
The big C is often something which strikes fear into many a heart,
but as independent researchers are finding, there are more than just the
conventional ways to treat and prevent cancers. @artemislives shares a simple recipe which has helped her with early signs of skin cancer.
I’ve had a passing interest in Earthships for some time now, but it’s
hard to find the time to research them. To the rescue came @eco-alex with a quick read which gives 10 reasons why he thinks they are awesome. It’s a concise article covering the main benefits of Earthships and how and why they work.
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