Reposted from my column at The DC Moms.
Pinterest is the
time suck, er, lovely place where you can spend time pinning your heart out with beautiful things to cook, bake, and decorate — all in your head. In my experience, most of it never moves beyond the board. The gorgeous buffet you want to repurpose and paint in a stunning metallic grey stays on the board and not in your dining room. And when reality meets Pinterest dreamland the adorable cupcakes for the tiny tot’s birthday bash never make an appearance when Wegman’s has options too. However many funny, inspirational quotes, healthy meals or educational activities I pin next to this fall’s hottest boot style, most of my pins just never see fruition.
I may however, found a way to make Pinterest useful. Really, and not just in an organizational, aspirational sort of way. Read More…