Pinterest is addicting!

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I spend a lot of my free time pinning and repinning on Pinterest. The main reason I started using it was to keep track of things that inspire me professionally and it turned out to be incredibly useful tool for many areas in my life. If you haven’t tried it I recommend it whether you need a place to store your online recipes, places you’d like to visit or items you’d like to purchase. Pins link to their original websites and I find it more convenient to few pictures at a later time then reading through my bookmarked links.

The best part is that you never know what you will find when viewing other people’s pins or boards. Pinterest is a never ending chain of other people’s collections and ideas. I find that to be one of the best parts about it. It really gets me thinking in many different directions. I sometimes even stumble across my own design work making me think of how big the world is and powerful the internet truly is when it comes to promotion.

I encourage you all to follow my boards and please share yours. I have over 30 boards and 1500 pins and counting. Since this is a design blog, see my boards for packaging, typography, my Jessica Haas Designs studio work, and much, much more from illustration or web design to infographics. My other interests include pins on travel, crafts, home decor and fashion.

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