Technology has changed the world, probably, immeasurably. And it’s changed what we NEED to know, and it's made some hobbies feel outdated. There's a list of the Top 50 "lost skills and hobbies" . . . and most of them have been retired due to technology and modern conveniences. The Top 10 are: Writing letters . . . map reading . . . knowing proper grammar . . . mental math . . . remembering phone numbers . . . using a compass . . . handwriting . . . hand-washing clothes . . . making a fire from scratch . . . and stamp collecting.
The list also includes: Sewing . . . knitting . . . wiring a plug yourself . . . spelling . . . preserving food, such as pickling . . . making your own foods, like jam, cheese, and bread . . . pottery-making . . . and reading.
Do you still take part in any of these?