is a new website that is like Pinterest
but it’s designed to be for items you want to purchase. It’s not so much about pretty pictures or sharing dreams, it’s about making lists (such as Christmas lists, birthday lists, lists of climbing gear you want, etc). I was raised to be a list maker. I can tell you many times that both my parents spent time making lists of lists. I’ve done it too. Lists are great. I love them.
Well, I love them, until I realize I’ve written something in shorthand or “cryptic” to keep someone from seeing (Christmas gift lists and my 7 year old, specifically) and I’m not 100% certain what exactly I was intending it to mean anymore. That kind of presents a problem. With SweetRelish.com I can make those same lists but have it in images so I won’t forget. Having it on the computer in my own account means that unless someone has the password, only I can access the lists unless I choose to share them.
SweetRelish is designed to let us consumers discover, share, organize and even purchase things we like! Prices are listed in each item you “relish” so when someone shares or sees what you have relished, they’ll also see the price range. Less shocking surprises when you think “oh that looks fun!” only to find out it’s something that’s priced really, really high.
I was glad to be poking around this site today- I’m always looking for new stocking stuffer ideas and found some really cool ones- and can tell immediately if they are going to work with our budget or not. Score for me! (And for my family of course).