I’m just getting started with my Pinterest 30 Days, and I feel like I’m starting to get the hang of it. Not of pinning. I know how to do that, but I’m getting the feel for the projects that fit my life and the projects that work for a quick burst of get-something-done. It’s an interesting way to face the obstacles in my day. I ask, “What would Pinterest say?” And usually it’s a pretty good answer.
Here’s what I’ve been up to:
Day 1 Starting #30Days of Pinterest today. Check out the blog for all the details! #imexcited | Day 4 Check out my #Pinterest inspired cleaning caddie. Think it will help me and my dirty house? | Day 5 On hold with the cable company, just pinning away. | Day 6 My coffee this morning is #bulletproof a la #pinterest. | Day 7 Yesterday’s missed #Pinterest Opportunity: I could’ve looked for a pinned #recipe, instead I went with a stand-by for a #potluck. #glutenfree | Day 8 Followed a pin for DIY CD sleeves to make the photos I’m sending out this week super special. | Day 9 “Mama, you make the best chicken fingers ever in the world.” #Pinterest for the win. #glutenfree | Day 10 It’s been a while since I drank a smoothie that wasn’t green. #pinterest recommended this one post-workout. | Day 11 I made #pinterest’s Honey Lollipops (without the sticks) to help my daughters sore throat. #supermom | Day 12 I made a beanbag tripod for my #Nikon with a soft lunch bag and a bag of rice. #pinterestinspired I course.
Tell me, what have you accomplished this week that you’re super proud of? Brag about it right here, because we’d all love to celebrate with you.