Pinterest. Damnit.

So I saw some stuff on my friend’s facebook link that I was interested in. It happened to be something from one of her Pinterest Boards… then I wanted to remember it and maybe try it one day, so I bookmarked it. Then I saw like 25 other things that looked cool, then I noticed a couple of our mutual friends had boards too that looked cool, and the next thing I know I’m f*cking signing up for Pinterest. Damnit!!

My friend Missy informed me of Pinterest back in 2010, when it was just getting rolling, but I protested immediately: I’ve already got Facebook. And a Fitness Facebook Page. And Twitter. And a blog. And a website **. And G+. And LinkedIn (which is getting creepier by the day, so I’ll probably drop it soon). Do I REALLY need another site?! Another account? Another password to remember? Not to mention the fact that I’m not crafty! Not even a little bit. But every now and then I get the itch to try a new recipe or start a DIY project. So I joined. Damnit.

And now I have a couple boards. So if you guys are on Pinterest and you have anything to contribute to my boards, let me know. Here are my starter boards:

Now I’m just trying to find a way NOT to let this interfere with my productivity. 

Who else is on Pinterest? 
Dumb question. I’m sure you’re ALL there and have been for two years already. 

**note all the shameless self-promotion

Share Button


  1. welcome to the most lovable and annoying website ever. where you will never feel crafty enough, stylish enough, or fit enough, but damn you can’t quit it.

  2. I am SO addicted. I think I’ve pinned thousands of things. I do use a lot of the recipes though and around Christmas I always use it to compile a list, which is super helpful.

  3. YAY! Now we can be Pinterest friends too! (P.S. I’m a big dork)
    Here’s me:
    And I’m already pinning buddies with Alex up there, so we’re like on big pin family 🙂

Speak Your Mind


Warning: Use of undefined constant CHILD_DOMAIN - assumed 'CHILD_DOMAIN' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/customer/www/ on line 102