Pinterest is the mecca of dinner inspiration. You can find a recipe (healthy or not) to suit every craving. Plus, bookmarking dinners and desserts by photo is much more appetizing than saving a link with a recipe name.
Once you’ve tried a recipe, let people know how you liked it. In addition to the recipe name, give your review and anything you changed or substituted in the caption of the pin. You can either create a separate board for friends to follow or just add a comment to an existing pin from your Recipes to Try board.
Whether you’re starting a small redecoration project or a whole-house renovation, Pinterest is a great place to store your inspiration. Pin rooms you'd like to emulate, products you’re considering, and color palettes that might work in your space.
If you can’t ever remember which book you wanted to read next when you’re standing at the bookstore or library (or trying to find one more item on Amazon to qualify for free shipping), keep your reading list on Pinterest. You’ll be able to see which titles you still need to read at a glance, and leave your reviews in the comments.
Learn how to do your hair in new and different (but not necessarily difficult) ways, and get tips for making your make up look it’s best on Pinterest. And don’t forget your nails—look here for the latest mani/pedi trends.
Another blockbuster category on Pinterest—weddings. Get ideas for flowers, dresses, cakes, favors, and more for your big day. The only thing to keep in mind is that you can’t make a board private. So if you want elements of your wedding to be a surprise, think before you pin.
Last but not least, it’s good to create a kind of “catch-all” board so that you can save things that don’t have a home elsewhere. If you find yourself pinning a lot of similar ideas, you can always move them over to a new board later.