Friday, March 27, 2015

Pinterest Wins--March 2015

A few weeks ago, I announced a monthly series. This helps me to stay accountable and use my Pinterest account for more than just recipes or entertainment and it gives me an opportunity to share good content from other blogs. It gives YOU an opportunity to hear a second opinion on an idea/recipe/craft, etc. and maybe gives you just the little push you need to try it. I sincerely hope this series will benefit everyone involved. I spent this month experimenting with a few different pins, as always, some were fails and some were wins. Each month I will share some of my favorite Pinterest wins for the month. 

*This DIY moisturizer is amazing. I really trust Jana as a blogger and so I didn't really doubt that it worked, but I doubted that it would work for me. I have acne prone skin and I've used coconut oil as a moisturizer before and it doesn't really work well for me--I always feel greasy. Well, the blending and the addition of aloe vera really does make a world of difference. I love this stuff. It's easy to make, it's natural, and it's inexpensive. 

*These oat flour waffles were delicious. We tried a coconut flour based breakfast a few weeks ago and it was far from a win for us. I wanted to try something different, but still in the grain family. Oat flour is easy as you make it yourself (just mix oats up in your blender or food processor). The waffles smelled like oatmeal in the waffle maker and I was a bit skeptical, but they turned out really good. We will be adding these to our regular Sunday breakfast rotation. 

*This DIY drain cleaner really does work. We purchased a bunch of baking soda in bulk at our grocery store (Winco--$0.52 a pound!!!) and went crazy throughout our house as part of our Spring cleaning.

*These Paleo brownies were a win. They aren't an exact replica of the regular boxed brownies we are used to, but the chocolately flavor was a win and the texture was good enough. These make a good clean treat on occasion. 

*This delicately written post on the value of being a stay at home mom and the reasons behind is so good.  

**Of course for more winning material, follow me on Pinterest!


What are some Pinterest wins you've had this month? I would LOVE it if you'd share in the comments!

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