When I started my new position in the Edmonton office on April 1, I found out that my two co-workers in the circulation department liked to have "pinterest breaks". They re-introduced me to Pinterest and now I am on there almost everyday.
So, here is a list of 5 things from Pinterest that I wold like to try to make:
5. Jewelry Organizer
I have a lot of necklaces and I like having them in an easy place to find. I do have a jewelry armoire, but it only holds about 16 -20 small/short necklaces. At one point I stuck a bunch of tiny 3M hooks on the inside door of my clothes armoire. Of course this means that some of the necklaces hit the shelves when the door closes and so it is always open a crack. I think something like this would be a better option.
4. Covered Brick Book Ends
I love to read. I do have a Kobo, but I also still have a variety of physical books as well. Right now I have a bunch of black, metal, office book ends. This would be pretty and an easy thing to change for different seasons/room decor.
3. Weight Loss Jars/Anchors
My first go around on WW, I had two small jars, and one was filled with pennies. Every time I lost a pound, I would move pennies over from one jar to another. This is the same idea but in larger scale with something that looks nicer than pennies. I also like that the jars are labelled.
2. Breakfast Quinoa
My go-to breakfast on work days is Special K Satisfaction cereal with 1% milk. It's fine, but it does get a little boring. I like oatmeal, and I like quinoa, so I thought cooking quinoa in milk and adding fruit would be delicious.
1. Chicken Salad with Greek Yogurt
Most of the time for lunch I have a salad with mixed greens, chicken, apple, cranberries and nuts/seeds. Then I add a fat free dressing (just a touch). Very yummy, but I would like to switch it up a little. I think that a low fat/fat free chicken salad in a wrap (whole wheat or lettuce) will be excellent.
I am not really a crafty person, but I do love using Pinterest to find recipes and quotes.
Check out Divulge With Dani and A Warm Cup of Jo for their Top Five Pinterest Lists.