Okay, okay. I don’t know you’ll love these Pinterest boards, and it annoys me if people tell me I’ll love something and then I don’t. But if you like some of the same things I do, you’ll like my favorite Pinterest boards.
Although I do pin my own posts when I feel they are “pin-worthy,” I use Pinterest almost entirely for fun rather than for blog traffic. That being said, I so appreciate it when y’all pin my posts because I often get new visitors that way! THANK YOU, and please keep it up! 😉
Five favorite Pinterest boards…
…on a variety of topics, and in no particular order:
1- short hair
Once upon a time I had long hair. Every so often I make a brief half-hearted attempt at growing it out, but then I realize all over again that I’m a short hair girl. So I made this Pintastic board for short hair inspiration!
This collection of crafts, art projects, and other art-related tips and inspiration is at the ready for the [rare] days I manage to be an extra-fun homeschool mom.
As much as I wish I loved to cook, I just don’t. But a slow cooker makes feeding the family so much easier, and that way I don’t have to think about it when it’s almost suppertime!
Are you an adoptive or foster parent? Considering the possibility? Know anyone who is? Then you’re who I had in mind when I created this board of resources for all types of adoption, as well as foster care.
Wait. Did I really say I’d only share five boards? But I love them all!!! If I have to narrow it down to just one more, I’ll go for this one since this topic will be a big focus for our family as spring arrives…
I miss our nature studies! We’ve done a little hit-or-miss, and Kathryn initiates her own to teach the little ones about whatever they’ve found in the yard, but it’s time to get intentional about what I consider one of the most important (and fun) parts of our homeschool.
*If you’re as Pin-addicted as I am, this list only whet your Pinterest appetite so check out even more Pintastic Pinboards from some of my favorite bloggers:
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