Hey all! So lately when I’ve had some down time during school work, I’ve found myself always going to this amazing website called Pinterest. If you’ve never heard of it before, it’s an online pin board where people post photos of different and interesting things from creative recipes, to hairdos, to inspirational quotes.

There’s different categories as well like sports, pets, traveling, even weddings! What I also LOVE about this site is that if you click on the photo, it will take you directly to the original site where it’s from and will tell you how to do that hairstyle, or a specific type of recipe, or how the person created that shot.

Pinterest is especially great for university students who maybe living off campus or in a townhouse residence, is that is has a lot of different and easy-to-make recipes they can try out if they’re looking for something new to eat. Here‘s a recipe I just actually found on Pinterest! Definitely going to try making these soon:)

One other reason I love this site is because it’s a great way to de-stress at the end of long week of assignments and tests. Sometimes people post really funny things so it’s great to look at some of the hilarious things that people create, and it’s especially hilarious when someone pins something that’s not just funny, but also true about random habits we have or things we do on a regular basis.

Although Pinterest is amazing and one of my new favourite sites, I do recommend visiting it in moderation:P (it has a fairly addicting quality about it) but when you do visit it, I hope you find it as awesome as I do!


About Katelyn

Hey everyone! My name’s Katelyn and I’m in my fourth year of the concurrent education program here at Brock at the Junior/Intermediate level with a teachable in French. I have always had a passion for working with children, so I knew that the Con Ed program here at Brock was the perfect fit for me! After I finish my five years here, I hope to work as a French teacher in an elementary school. I also hope to have the opportunity to teach in another country, since I love to travel and experience new places and cultures. I grew up in Kitchener, Ontario, but have been fortunate enough to call St. Catharines my home for the past three years and I look forward to what sorts of adventures I will get up to during my last year of undergraduate studies here. This is also my third year as a Campus Experience Coordinator, so hopefully I can answer any questions you may have about being a university student!

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