Have you heard of Pinterest yet? What the bleep is Pinterest you say? Well similar to the movie "What the bleep" that came out in 2007 it is a new social sharing site that has quantifiably captured my interest! Unlike Facebook that seems to just suck hours out of my day that I would rather have back. Pinterest has inspired me to try new foods, organize "my box" (it WAS a 3 foot by 3 foot overly packed and taped together so-I-could-keep-building-up box that everything seemed to end up in, including important papers that had no right to be put in there in the first place! I am happy to report that it has been annihilated!) I also have a new organized place online to pin jewelry ideas, house ideas, and garden ideas. It is amazing. I have even started a board for wedding ring ideas for my wedding ring workshop that I offer. You can pin anything you find anywhere online to your "boards" and also follow your friends boards and all the cool things they are pinning about DIY stuff, fashion ideas, travel ideas, kid stuff, and on and on! Try it, I think you will like it. You can look around without joining but you have to be invited to join to start "pinning" so if you get on and catch the bug send me an email and I will invite you through my Pinterest, don't worry it doesn't make us attached in anyway unless you want to follow my boards and I can follow yours! As they say, "Happy Pinning!"
My boards are here! And you can find the movie "What the #$*! Do We Know!?" on Netflix, I highly recommend it!
If you have never heard of TED talks I suggest you get on YouTube and check them out! They have short informative, inspirational and amazing talks from speakers from all walks of life talking about every subject under the sun. I have the coolest friends, so cool that a few of them were asked to be speakers for the TED event in Utah! I feel so honored to have these women, Tiffany Peterson, Shantel McBride and Judee Guay as part of my tribe! Dino and Shannon are dear friends of mine that are relationship experts I listen to. I have spent some time with Randall also and loved his message, LOVE Kevin Hall's book "Aspire", and Gerald Rogers is someone I pay attention to. Have a look!
TEDxBountiful -Tiffany Peterson- Gifts of Adversity
TEDxBountiful - Shantel McBride- Live Like You Were Dying
TEDxBountiful - Randall Bird- Everyday Heroes
TEDxBountiful - Dino and Shannon Watt- Changing the Collective Cautiousness of Marriage
TEDxBountiful - Kevin Hall- Genshai
TEDxBountiful - Gerald Rogers-Live Big
Silversmith and teacher of refined jewelry arts, basically that means I am obsessed with metal and passionate about teaching!