These are the last five items I had pinned as of the time the prompt was published:
These penguin appetizers:
These delicious-looking cupcakes:
These red whoopie pies:
These yoga gingerbread cookies:
And here I must diverge from Kat’s original instructions….instead of choosing one of those pins and using it to inspire me to do a blog post, I just must focus on what my boards say about me. You get default boards when you start Pinterest, and then you can create your own (boards are “themes” where you can put pins that relate to each other).
My “Products I Love” board has three random pins. My “Favorite Spaces and Places” board has one pin. My “Books Worth Reading” board has one pin. My “My Style Pinboard” has two random pins. My “For the Home” board has zero pins. My “Stuff to Make When I Have Time – i.e. 2025” has nine pins (one of which I have actually MADE!!). My “Miscellaneous” board has two random pins. My “Images From My Life!” board has eight pins. My “Recipes” board has 17 pins, none of which I have made but gosh the cake batter adult drink is practically calling my name. My “Food Art” board has three pins (two of which I made a long time ago). My “Smarties Creations” Board has three pins (two of which I made).
My boards are disorganized and hard to follow. I think the main conclusion I draw is that a) despite the fact that it is a huge breath of fresh air to walk into a clean, well-decorated home, that’s just not where my attention goes; b) if it’s something I may be able to make and blog about someday, it gets pinned; c) I like to make stuff …. or dream about making stuff.
Maybe I’ll make myself a cake batter adult drink and try to “pin something down” that brings logic to my boards.
In the meantime, I can’t close this post without sharing Kat’s brilliant Pinterest guide: