by AMANDA CRANSTON
I am addicted to Pinterest.com. I am obsessed with pinning recipes and shirt do overs and headband designs. The different sections of Pinterest make it easy to navigate through what topic you wish to be inspired by.
Cars & Motorcycles- A section where you can imagine your poor little 2002 Ford Focus turning into a 2012 Bugatti.
DIY & Crafts – Holds ways to double your wardrobe and make old things new. Shows how to make coasters, redo furniture, and has plenty of cheap gift ideas.
Film, Music & Books- To stay up with the new tunes, reads, and cinema.
Food & Drink- Contains recipes for dinner, breakfast, and lunch. My personal favorites are the dessert recipes in it; the decadent mixtures within ensure my taste buds’ lasting approval of this website.
Hair & Beauty- This section appeals mainly and really only to girls. It offers mani and pedi advice, along with new hairstyles, face masks, and ideas for makeup, as well as the places to find step by step instructions for trying these new things.
Health & Fitness-has workout plans, diet plans, and even low calorie desserts and meals.
Home Decor- In case you were thinking of becoming an interior designer or redoing your room.
Men’s Fashion- For the ladies, this section has men modeling clothes. For the men, this section tells you how to dress to get ladies.
Photography- If you enjoy taking pictures or wish to begin taking pictures, this has many revolutionary ideas on things other than taking pictures of your dinner.
Quotes- For those who wish to regurgitate old men’s words and sound “smartical”. This part is great for those moments when you really need a pick me up for your confidence.
Tattoos- A place to explore the creativity of others in painting the canvas we call our body.
Weddings- For those girls who are absolutely in love with the future and perhaps even with their current flame.
Women’s Fashion- Contains pictures of ensembles that cost as much as your house but can be reproduced in your own wardrobe at a minimal cost.
The beauty of Pinterest is that there is no “type” that uses it. Men, women, children, and teenagers alike can enjoy this plethora of knowledge and ideas.