When Pinterest is Your Therapist….

Inspiration / Self-Improvement

31 Days of Pinterest Therapy Sessions

Life isn’t always Pinterest-Perfect.

That’s an understatement, I know.

Sometimes life is messy. Sometimes it’s downright disagreeable. Sometimes it’s a riddle that we can’t quite solve. And sometimes, it just plain passes us by.

We can’t always have our cake and eat it too. And that’s, well, kind of a bummer! And when you’re bummed, you need a little something.

And that’s where Pinterest comes in!

It’s the mother lode of inspiration and advice – all of it distilled into pithy sayings and quotes with colorful backgrounds and jazzy images. It’s like a visual, aesthetically gourmet chicken soup for the soul. It’s eye candy with high IQ. It’s like therapy, but no one is charging you $150-$200 for 50 minutes and calling it an hour.

Pinterest is a gold mine, people! Full of nuggets of wisdom and insight, if you can just stay away from all the hyper-organized and anal-retentive approved closets, the dream bathrooms the size of South Dakota and “easy” Baked Alaska and Pumpkin Roulade recipes.

Cue the drum roll….

Now let the Pinterest Therapy Sessions begin!

I’m going in there and I’m going to come out a gazillion pins later with all the best life advice and insight that Pinterest has to offer! And I might also end up finding my ridiculously crafty side and knowing 1001 things to do with Mason Jars. Who knows? Worse things could happen.

This is going to get very pinteresting!

This intro post is Day One of the Pinterest Therapy Sessions.

Click here to see the rest of the series.


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  1. I’ve built and entire blog around Pinterest 🙂 Just remember- don’t pin it unless you’re going to try it! Well, that’s my motto, anyway! But I also see it as visual therapy and daydreaming. What a wonderful invention!


  2. Sounds brilliant! I don’t do Pinterest (I don’t need another time suck on the computer – gotta know my limits), but I do like seeing what others find there. I’ll check back to see how it’s going. Good luck! I hope you find all the wisdom, and crafty inspiration, you’re seeking.

    Stopping by from SITS.


  3. I am interested in seeing where this goes. I have a huge Pinterest site but have really slowed down on going there so much


  4. I enjoy Pinterest as a way to relax. I can get lost in the various categories. I love the quotes. Thanks for sharing. Followed you from SITS. Have a blessed day!


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