I spoke in the beginning of this series on how you can even lock down and keep private specific boards. Vision boards are a good, useful tool for this.
Here’s an example of what mine looks like.
Keep in mind that you don’t have to put just memes or anything like what is in the pic above. You can customize it to your liking and add things that you want to achieve, be it marriage (or other relationships), material things (like rings, houses, cars, etc), virtually anything you want to have come to you.
I love vision boards, though with three children (well, four) it’s not easy to keep something in a private place and be able to reflect and manifest those things into my life. So, I created a virtual one where I can focus and meditate throughout the time Im in front of my computer to help myself achieve these things.
Other ways you can use #Pinterest for #self-help is by creating a board of fitness, like this one:
You can add or change things that suit you and your personal needs. Like mine is sparse, but I also don’t focus solely on fitness. Nor do I always catch the pins unless I’m looking specifically for them.
Other things could be relationships, mental health, etc. Pinterest is flexible and widespread like that!
Now that you have had a chance to see what Pinterest is all about and how versatile it can be, you can effectively set one up for yourself and begin pinning your heart out.
I hope you enjoyed my first (real) blog series. I’ve enjoyed writing it and sharing my love of Pinterest with you. Thank you for participating and I hope that you will be just as thrilled with my next series I have in the works.
But before I cut this short, what was your favorite part of this series? What would you like to see more of? Less of? Did you create a Pinterest or did you already have one?
Feel free to share your Pinterest with me, and even follow me!
Good luck with pinning!