Who doesn’t love to spend every free minute on Pinterest? Once you find out what it is all about, you will realize that it is a glorious time-taker that encourages you to try things you would never otherwise do. I found myself sitting at the computer dreaming of doing project after project. I am very action-oriented and when I get an idea, it is hard for me to let it go until I try it. The thing about Pinterest is that there are SO many ideas and it seems nearly impossible to try everything. That is when I developed the idea to do one Pinterest project every day. I genuinely thought that I had created this, and I was even so excited at the name “365 Days of Pinterest.” I jumped right in without doing thorough research. Around day 5, I decided to Google “365 Days of Pinterest,” and was dismayed to find that sadly, I was not the first one to think of this brilliant idea. I had already committed, and I decided that the best thing to do was run with it. Nearly 1 month in, I still have a long way to go, but I am in it for the long haul. I have developed out strict rules for my blog to keep the skeptics at bay:

1. The idea must have been found on Pinterest.

2. If it is a job that will take more than 1 day to complete, I can only count it on the day that it has been finished.

3. If for some reason I do not have Internet access, I promise to do the activity on the day I said I did, but I will have to post about it when I get access. I do not plan on this happening at any point, but I already had a near-miss in West Virginia, so it is hard to say what the future holds.

This should be one exciting adventure!


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