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What Pinterest Means To Me

Happy FRIYAY!!!


Yesterday's blog on journaling really made me think about Pinterest. I'm not sure if you "pin" but I do. In the beginning I used it to create vision boards for each book and a board about things that amused me. I have to admit that some of the 'pins' I was pinning on my amuse me board were not so nice and sometimes pinned with someone in mind *evil grin*
I KNOW! SO WRONG and so not me! In fact, those pins made me a little sad after I would pin one, making Pinterest a not so fun "social tool" for me.

I decided to take back my emotions! I deleted any and all negative pins and only focused on pins that made me smile from joy that bubbled deep in my soul or pins to make other people feel better about themselves. After I changed my attitude toward the pin and used it to feed my soul, other pinners started to follow those happy/joyful/uplifting boards. I have even gotten several messages about how they know they can go to any of my boards and click off feeling better than when they first got on!



Pinterest has kinda become my own way of journaling to the happy place in my life! I love life and I love to PIN!!

Do you pin? I have a public board I 'd love to add you to! Just comment to let me know you pin or not!! LOOK ME UP HERE!! 

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  1. I do PIN, about things I like. I have already been added to your board.

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  2. I do PIN. I pin anything from recipes to new tattoos (hehehehehe). I guess you could say I am a very versatile PINTREST user :). I would love to be added to your board, I am listed as Amy Ishmael.

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    1. GREAT! Following! I do recipes too. OH...I bet there are some cool tattoo ideas on there!

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  3. I pin a lot of recipes, crochet related, genealogy and others I will look you up

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    1. I love how we use it for all different things and ideas!

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  4. I pin a lot of recipes, crochet related, genealogy and others I will look you up

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  5. I pin a lot of recipes, crochet related, genealogy and others I will look you up

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  6. I pin all kinds of crafty stuff. It is such a fun place!

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  7. I pin a little of everything but mostly Jensen Ackles and Supernatural.

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  8. I do PIN and follow you already :)

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  9. I do Pin, but I don't have but a few Boards. I like to look at other people's interesting Pins sometime.

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    1. I love to do that too. Sometimes I'm a little surprised.

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  10. Yes! I enjoy pinning! It is especially fun for me around Christmas... Also, I've found some great teaching ideas on Pinterest. There are so many creative people out there!

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    1. YES! I bet you do find great teaching ideas. I could've used Pinterest when I was a teacher!

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  11. I have enough time-sucks, so I have avoided Pinterest...

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  12. I haven't joined the "pinning" world yet ... YET! ;)

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  13. Following you on Pinterest now!

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  14. I finally subscribed to Pintrest. I tried to dodge that bullet for years. I'm happy I joined. I've gotten quite a few great recipes, home exercises, and much more.

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