Pinterest addict. A Pinhead, if you will.
This is how bad it is...I started to write this post, and got distracted by something shiny on Pinterest for 20 minutes. I never meant for this new hobby to get out of hand, really. But I can't help myself!
When I first read about Pinterest months ago, I thought it sounded interesting, but I didn't really see how it could be helpful to me as a blogger. I also didn't want a whole new avenue of social media to keep up with. Twitter and Facebook for networking would be enough, thankyouverymuch. I forgot about my stagnant account for some time until I saw all the buzz around the blogosphere and decided to give it another shot.
Oh. my. word.
I don't know if you've jumped on the Pinterest bandwagon yet or not, but I've discovered it's actually a really fabulous way to categorize all the eye candy I come across online. I love being able to "Pin" pictures of great recipes, crafts, room makeovers, outfits, funny quotes, etc.
Pinterest saves the links from which I find my inspiration, and I can categorize them on my own bulletin boards. I've got boards for Photography Tips, Recipes, Crafts, Rooms, Style, Quotes, Kids' Activities, and more.
Here are just a few fun things I've found on Pinterest:
So, someone, please tell me I am not alone in my addiction. Can we start a support group? I'm afraid I might try to Pin one of my kids because they are so cute. If I don't show up to the first meeting you can find me on my Pinterest page.
Because the first step is admitting you have a problem, right? Right?!
*Pinterest did not sponsor this post. But I think they should pay for my therapy since I clearly have an obsession.
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