Why is it that when I happen to open Pinterest, intending to be in there for only a minute or two, there are oodles of delish recipes I can't not save? Huh? When I have time to screw around on Pinterest, there's not much of interest to save. Hmmmmm.
lol, and you just keep clicking through. It's quite addictive!
Haha! I don't have an answer for that question exactly, but wanted to share that I know exactly what you are talking about! My experience has been the same. I don't go there much anymore, because I get sucked in, and usually don't have the time to hang out. If I did, then there may not be much to see anyway, lol. (As you suggested....)
I know what you mean. I read someone recommend that you go to the site for five minutes a day or something like that. I can't go to the site for five minutes. I tend to spend quite a lot of time there every time I go. There is so much inspiration!
It is rare for me to have times when nothing is inspiring. Maybe you don't follow enough boards?
If there were a jail for Pinterest use offenders (the 5 min limit), they'd lock me up and throw away the key. I keep saying I'll make this and I'll make that, but well, it never happens.
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