1.To start, Pinterest is not just for women. So let's get that out of the way right now.
2.Chances are, if you have a magazine subscription, that publication also will be on Pinterest.
3.Same with major clothing brands and people who probably dress better than you, meaning you can learn about trends and get advice from people who are creating content specifically for men.
4.Pinterest is also an excellent source to get workout tips, plans, and techniques to fit your body type, your schedule, and even your specific type of training.
5.Still not for you? Don't worry. You can pick the things you want to browse, and based on your history, Pinterest can cater the results to those interests, making it more personalized each time you visit.
6.Here's the thing: You have to think about Pinterest differently. It's not a website; it's a tool. And it's especially helpful when you're trying to plan your next trip (where to go, what to do/avoid, insider recommendations)...
7.Your next meal (what drinks to pair with certain foods, the best grilling techniques, how to make the best nachos)...
8.Or your next home improvement (awesome man cave ideas, hidden wine cellars, how to build your own home theater).
9.Because it's time to forget about the DIY stigma and appreciate all the ideas available to you.
10.And the best part is that you don't even have to pin anything! You can just browse the site, click through suggested tabs (style, photography, vintage, street, etc.), or check out other people's boards WITHOUT ANYONE EVER KNOWING!
11.So it's time to get over it and get on Pinterest so you can start exploring because it has way more to offer than you think and we have a lot to learn.