I find myself all too often pinning away in Pinterest, getting deeper and deeper into planned project overload. I rarely actually do anything with my pins.
So, to inspire myself to get out of my rut, I have decided to develop a method to tackle some of my go-to boards, the ones I pin on to the most frequently. These boards are:
The process I have started involves first going into the board and noting how many pins are in there. I have a random number generator app that lets me put in the maximum number (i.e. the total number of pins in the board) and then it pops out a random number within that range. I find the corresponding pin and that gets re-pinned in my Random Pinterest board and put on my to-do list.
I repeat this process for each of the five boards.
Now I can FOCUS on something!!!! This helps me out a BUNCH because I end up spending WAY too much time searching a board for what to do when I have a free moment, or want to do something fun with my kiddo, when the crafting bug bites, or when I just want to cook something yummy. Now, I have a plan.
I have started this over the last few weeks and while the progress is slow (come on, who has copious amounts of free time anyway?) there is progress!
I will post some of the ones I have done so far with pictures of the results.
This is a really fun way to knock some things off your endless Pinterest to-do list!