Allison Gingras shares some of the simple ways she keeps track of the articles, posts and pictures found on social media along with tips on how to use built-in features of Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook to save, store and relocate things that interest you.
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- How To Create (And Maintain) Flow And Abundance In Your Life And Biz
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If you haven’t discovered Pinterest or you are afraid to start (or go back), here are 3 tips for using Pinterest to get Catholic inspiration and avoiding overload. Let’s share the love of our rich faith traditions with the world!
Employ visual social media tools such as Instagram and Pinterest in a way that will bring your Lenten devotions to life.
Allison Gingras shares her favorite three online finds from December, including Over the Big Moon, the Girl Creative, and the Catholic Company.
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