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Woman lives off Pinterest ideas for 1 week

Woman lives off Pinterest ideas for 1 week

BuzzFeed's Senior Lifestyle Editor, Rachel Wilkerson Miller says Pinterest inspires her and intimidates her at the same time. So she wanted to see if she could realistically live off Pinterest ideas for one week: from her morning wakeup routine to cooking dinner. Rachel shares some of #PinterestWins and some of her #PinterestFails. The Daily Share’s Ali Nejad and Melissa Knowles also talked to some of our Facebook followers about how they use the scrapbooking-turned-lifestyle website.

Read more about Rachel's experience.

Gay pride event boosted by Facebook posts

Gay pride event boosted by Facebook posts

Carden Crow decided she wanted to start holding a gay pride event in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, back in June.

With the help of Facebook, not only did she accomplish her goal, but the event went viral!

Facebook Flashback: Military mom gives back

Facebook Flashback: Military mom gives back

Some of the best feel-good stories of the year started as everyday Facebook posts, and grew into something much bigger. 

HLN is highlighting the best of those stories and the people behind them. One of those people is Stacie Littleton, who started Operation Squad, the Secret Santa Stockings-for-soldiers campaign that took off in her home town of Savannah, Georgia. Her son is stationed at Savannah's Fort Gordon.

Facebook Flashback: 'Wheelin' Weightloss'

Facebook Flashback: 'Wheelin' Weightloss'

A horrific car crash 20 years ago took away Jamie Goodwin’s ability to walk. She became overweight and wanted to get healthy again.

This inspiring wife and mother wouldn’t let her disability deter her from losing 53 pounds, and counting. Now, thousands follow Goodwin’s journey, from her Crossfit routines to boxing practice, on a Facebook page she created, Wheelin’ Weightloss.

Catching up with "All By Myself" airport guy

Catching up with "All By Myself" airport guy

Richard Dunn volunteered to give up his seat on back-to-back flights before realizing he would have to spend the night in an empty airport. So, he decided to get productive!

By morning, Dunn had shot the now-famous video where he lip-synced Celine Dion's mega-hit version of "All By Myself". He's taken advantage of his 15 minutes of fame to write a book, post another video and join HLN Now's Mike Galanos and Yasmin Vossoughian to talk about his wild ride.

 Acacia Brinley: Social sensation!

Acacia Brinley: Social sensation!

Acacia Brinley lets it all hang out on various social platforms, and it seems to be paying off!

From pranks to proms, crushes to breakups, Acacia uses popular sites like Youtube and Instagram, along with the lesser-known Keek and Gifboom, to share her 17-year-old experiences with everyone. But her live-out-loud digital lifestyle isn't without its critics.

#Viral: Police stop drivers, give them gifts

#Viral: Police stop drivers, give them gifts

The Lowell, Michigan, Police Department took on the #UpliftSomeone challenge. The idea by UPtv is to get people to do an act of kindness for a stranger. And boy, did these cops take it up a notch.

First, they tricked drivers by pulling them over and acting like they were going to give them a ticket. Then, they casually asked what Christmas gifts they wanted. "Santa's helpers" were at a nearby store listening in on the conversations. As soon as they heard the Christmas wishes, they rushed to get the items, wrap them and hand them to the cops, who then handed them to the drivers!

YouTubers can't get enough of Frankie Grande

YouTubers can't get enough of Frankie Grande

There's another big star coming from songstress Ariana Grande's house: It's her older brother, Frankie J. Grande! While Ariana's claim to fame is her big voice, Frankie's is his really BIG personality. And more and more people are clamoring to get a piece of the Internet sensation. He has more than 1 million followers on his Twitter and Instagram accounts, and more that 300,000 people tune in to catch his YouTube videos

Facebook Flashback: Post saves a girl's eye

Facebook Flashback: Post saves a girl's eye

Along with sharing great human interest stories, Facebook has become a mecca for parents to show off adorable pictures of their kids. Tara Taylor is no different, but what happened next is something that could easily break the LIKE button.

After Tara shared a picture of her daughter Rylee, a couple of friends raised concerns over an "unusual glow" in the toddler's left eye. Doctors eventually diagnosed Rylee with a rare disorder called Coats' Disease. Thankfully, the early detection helped save her eye. Once the story was picked up locally, Facebook users made it one of the most shared of 2014.

YouTube's 100 million viewer man

YouTube's 100 million viewer man

An unlikely man has shot to internet stardom after his YouTube song "Chocolate Rain" went gone viral! He sat down with us and told us about his surprise Twitter follower!

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