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Using Pinterest for Work

I’m sure many of you are familiar with Pinterest, but only use it for your personal interest: outfits, recipes, make up looks, etc. I do as well, but I’ve also found in a useful tool for finding and planning activities for speech therapy! 234 more words



Last Thursday was my first time visiting the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and I must say that I absolutely loved it!

The museum is free on Thursdays to local residents and was completely empty (I mean it’s during work hours you know). 304 more words


If In Doubt......Pin It!

Reflecting back some thirty-five-ish years, the lapels of my school blazer were festooned with badges (most of them relating to the rock band Status Quo). Each badge meant something special to me at that moment in time. 316 more words

pin-spiration: tile

I LOVE TILE. When I was in Morocco I couldn’t stop taking pictures of the tiled doorways and gardens. So beautiful, so thoughtful, so precisely laid. 20 more words


Pin a Day May 8-14

Day 8 – Food

So I dug through my pin binders for all of my food related pins, and I think it’s kind of hilarious that strawberries are the most represented food in there. 594 more words


My Blue Peter Badges?


Long time no talk!

So, today I’m talking to you about a strongly British thing; Blue Peter Badges.

If you have never heard of Blue Peter, it is a British programme with a variety of genres in it, like DIYs, challenges, etc. 577 more words

A 'Star Wars' Tribute Pin Perfect for Grand Admiral Thrawn Fans

One of the biggest casualties in the series finale of Star Wars Rebels was Grand Admiral Thrawn’s command ship, the Chimaera. It was theĀ flag vessel of the Seventh Fleet, and it stood apart from the rest because of the large engraving of a chimaera on the underside of its hull. 173 more words

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