This Week's Pinterest Highlights - Steph Osmanski
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This Week’s Pinterest Highlights

pinterest-highlights-march-6It’s still March and there’s a sheet of ice and several inches of snow outside, but you won’t find winter-esque photos on this blog. No, I’m much more concentrated on the weather ahead of me: Spring, Summer, I’m looking and talking directly to you. I have this theory that if I keep thinking warm, one day I’ll wake up and it’ll just be warm.

The first thing I’ve been loving this week is this bamboo cutting board and knife set. It’s a super cute way to accent your kitchen with fun, bright accessories. Knives don’t have to be boring and this $14.99 set proves that! Second on my list of faves is this delicious-looking recipe for strawberry Nutella french toast roll-ups. I’ve been making a quicker version of this for breakfast on mornings when I’m low on time. I just add Nutella, strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries into a tortilla and then take it to go.

These bright neon leggings literally make me want to work out. (Even though I haven’t been able to drag myself to the gym since it started snowing three months ago.) Still, their vibrance provides a necessary motivation for me.

There’s nothing I swear by more than a backup mobile charger, like this one from Bando. When I went to LA on a work trip, a mobile charger absolutely saved my life on the red carpet. All that social media and my battery was fried half way into an awards show shift. I really like this one because it’s not just durable and efficient, it’s also super stylish.

Lastly, I feel like this quote sums up everything I’m striving for. I may not be all of these things yet, but I definitely know that it’s what I want for myself: to not just be one thing, but to be many things, all of which are good and respectable.

Tell me in the comments: What Pins inspired you this week?

Steph Osmanski
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