What I'm Loving: Pinterest via The Graceful Wanderer

What I’m Loving: Pinterest Edition

I love using Pinterest as a way to keep track of an idea I’m currently obsessing over or a recipe I’d like to come back to another time. It’s more organized and visually appealing than an endless list of bookmarked pages.

It’s also a wonderful way to share articles, DIYs, and pictures. Here are some things I’ve been pinning lately!

Organization.

In school, I was an avid user of colored pens to spice up my notes but I never took it as far as changing my “font” and using graphics. Now I’m wishing I did! These are great ideas for making notes adorable and study-friendly.

Has anyone tried a bullet journal? I’ve been reading about them everywhere and am thinking of starting one. As someone who likes to keep planners for nostalgia, I think this would be a perfect hybrid. If you’ve tried it, let me know in the comments!

Travel.

This list is INCREDIBLE. It’s hard to believe these places aren’t just illustrations out of a fairytale. I’ve definitely added quite a few to my travel bucket list, right at the top is the bridge in Kromlau, Germany.

Visiting Rome was one of my favorite trips I’ve been on. It’s such a cool, vibrant city with so much to explore. To my surprise, we found a young, lively nightlife near where we stayed and I’d love to check out more of the “local” neighborhoods on my next trip!

Traveling, anywhere, is such a rewarding and life-changing experience. It allows you to break away from “normal” and look deeper into figuring out who you are. I love the travel goals in this Darling Magazine article, they’re broad and attainable and will mean something different to each woman. The most important takeaway is taking that leap to go somewhere new.

Eats.

I first made this salad a little over a month ago, and I’ve already made it about eight times. It is very simple and very delicious. What I also love about this salad is that it’s completely customizable. The base is the corn, avocado, and lime but, otherwise, you can add and take away what you wish. I tend to do corn, beans and avocado, but I added a yellow pepper once and loved that combo!

I’m a huge fan of poached eggs but always thought they were super ornate and difficult to make. A little digging on Pinterest helped me realize that I was wrong. This article explains four ways to poach an egg, I can’t wait to try it for a weekend breakfast soon.

 

What have you been pinning lately? Let me know in the comments and be sure to follow me on Pinterest if you’d like to see more of these pins!

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Netflix and Chilly Weather Crafts

If you live on the east coast, like me, you’re probably getting ready to arrive home tonight and not leave until Monday morning. While you may have stocked up on ice cream bread and wine milk, have you thought, yet, about what you’re going to do while the snow falls outside your window?

Worry not! I’ve got a few ideas of what to watch on Netflix and some crafts to pair with it.Read More »