Fall Comfort from The Hearth and Soul Hop Link Party

The Hearth and Soul Hop Link Party
Hi there! Welcome to The Hearth and Soul Hop Link Party where, this week, we are featuring fall comfort. You’ll find lots of inspiration, from comfort food recipes to self improvement, to ideas to help make your home comfortable and cozy for the fall season.

I love this time of year. I’m a firm believer in the September is the new January movement, and this always feels like a fresh start to me. Recently, I’ve shared some of the ways I make a fresh start in September including:

Freshen Up Your Home for Fall
Easy Ways to Freshen Up Your Home for Fall and Easy Tips to Help You Declutter.

I’ve also shared a delicious recipe for fall comfort food:

Spicy Sausage Pasta - quick, easy & extremely kid-friendly

My Spicy Sausage Pasta is easy and totally kid friendly as you can adjust the spicing to suit your family. You can even use veggie sausages to make this tasty recipe if you like. And if you are trying to eat less meat or vegetarian food is more your thing, check out my Vegetarian Dinner Ideas for Back to School. 

Thank you to everyone who visited and shared last week. Here are this week’s fall comfort features from top left, clockwise:

Fall Comfort from the Hearth and Soul Hop

Real comfort food – Shrimp Gratin from Hadia’s Lebanese Cuisine

5 Ways to Make Your Home Cozy This Fall from The Organized Dream

and comfort for the soul with Getting Your Whole Self On Board from Julia Jones

Here at the Hearth and Soul Hop Link Party we love recipes for food from the hearth to feed your soul, but we also welcome all family friendly posts, whether they be about home, family, travel, self improvement, crafts or DIY. The party is open from now until Saturday, both old and new posts are welcome, and you can share up to 3 posts every week. 

Please follow your hosts and/or link back in your post:
April of AprilJHarris.com 
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Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen
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The Hearth and Soul Hop also has a Facebook page where we feature some of your posts. 

By linking to the hop you are giving permission for your properly credited posts and photographs to be featured here on AprilJHarris.com as well as in my newsletter and on social media. We may also send you a reminder when the Hearth and Soul Hop Link Party goes live. 

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Article by April Harris

April has written 1286 great articles for us.

April is a writer, recipe developer, frequent traveller and blogger sharing travel, food, and style. Based in the south of England, April is a British Canadian who is passionate about family, hearth and home, healthy living (with treats!) and the transformative power of travel.

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  1. That wreath is just GORGEOUS, April!

  2. Thank you so much, April, for featuring my shrimp gratin. Thank you too for hosting! Have a lovely week ahead!

  3. Hi April,
    Like you September is always a transition time for me and a time to renew my home and make it feel warm and cozy for the upcoming cold weather. Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for the party!
    Miz Helen

  4. Thank you for featuring my Friday Favorites post!

  5. Hello April, thanks so much for hosting the fun! Thanks too for joining and sharing at our Monday C&C with J&J. Enjoy the week.

  6. April, loved your post about decluttering your library! The first of these links I’m checking out today is the cauliflower couscous. Thank you for hosting. I’ll come back with my Thursday link (which is going to be a recipe and a fantastic giveaway).

  7. April, I’m back with my latest post, which includes a fabulous Cuisinart giveaway! Can’t wait to read your post about Ireland.


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