Like all twenty-something females, I am on Pinterest. I'm not a heavy user, but I dabble here and there, mostly for finding recipes and laughing at nerdy things in the Geek section. I am, on the other hand, just a titch competitive, and when Janssen posted about doing a Pinterest Challenge, I was all over it. Over the next six weeks, Janssen with her sisters Merrick and Landen will be doing six things each has pinned, and they've invited the entire interwebs to join them.
Here are the six pins I will be bringing to life:
Amy Ruth's Chicken and Waffles: to the astonishment and scorn of many New Yorkers/brunchers/people with taste buds, I have yet to try chicken and waffles. Where better to try them than the best Southern food in the city?
Red jeans remixing: Last year you couldn't pry my red jeans off of my cold dead body. But in the past 10 months or so, I've barely touched them. This might have been the last time I wore them. eep! I know red jeans aren't a hot item anymore, but I'm swearing off buying clothes the next few months and am attempting to reconnect with what clothes I have.
Leopard print flats: I bought these shoes a while back, thinking I'd wear them all the time. I've gotten some use out of them, but not as much I thought I would. Again, trying to reconnect with my closet here.
DIY coconut oil deodorant: Remember how I'm searching of ways to use coconut oil? Well, Preethi oh-so-kindly posted her DIY coconut oil deodorant. I'm half-heartedly trying to cut harmful chemicals out of our house, and Spencer finished up his deodorant this very morning. Coincidence? I think not.
Quinoa and kale patties: Again with the hipster groceries. I asked for quinoa recipes, and Sarah supplied this delicious-sounding one. She said they like to top it with goat cheese, which I'm all over. I'm all over cheese. Period.
Cinnamon Swirl Bread: I'm terrified of yeast bread. My attempts at making it always fall flat (wah wah). And then Mel posts this cinnamon swirl bread and specifically states she wants to inspire people to make yeast breads at home. Alrighty then. Guess I have to make some delicious, cinnamon-y, sugar-y bread. Darn.
Interested in joining yourself? Head over to Janssen's, Merrick's, or Landen's blogs to see the details.