People love to network. Communication was created out of the need to connect and has taken on many new forms evolving with technology. History starts first with smoke signals – used by cavemen reaching out to a distant tribe (probably for a Geico quote).
Then on to the hard text messaging, like a lovers note tied to a rock or a Kings offer to surrender attached to a flaming arrow. Mankind became more sophisticated and even learned to fasten a scroll to the leg of a pigeon.
In modern times man communicated with amazing speed through three lightning fast methods: telegraph, telephone and tell-a-woman (just kidding!) Now casual networking can be done through the website pintrest.com.
Pintrest is a great way to network ideas and plan parties with your friends. Pintrest parties are popping up all around the board.
We all know Pintrest is a great place to post pictures of your favorite things from food to fashion, hobbies to hubbies (real or imagined), from kid’s stuff to animal stuff to stuffed animals. Whatever your pinterests are there’s someone else who is ‘Pintrested’ too.
A Pintrest party affords you opportunity to actually do something with the pins on your account. You could have a food party where everyone brings a dish from the recipes pinned on your board, or create a board where everyone invited to your BBQ can post a picture of what dish they will bring. In this way you can create a Pintrest menu board that folks can look at and decide to skip their other invitations and just go to your house. For fun you can even have a contest where judges choose whose dish looks most like the picture they posted.
A Birthday celebration, craft party or ladies social can all be themed by something seen on Pintrest. You can even search the website to find and print great invitations that others have posted. When it comes to needing inspiration for special gatherings check pintrest.com first before you rack your brain.