Hello and welcome to the April edition of The Hearth and Soul Link Party!
The Hearth and Soul Link Party welcomes family-friendly blog posts about anything that feeds the soul. Things that feed the soul may include (but are not limited to) recipes, decorating, crafts, family, home, DIY, organization, travel, book reviews, the arts and self improvement.
The party is held monthly, opening on the first Sunday of every month and remaining open until the 25th of the month, or until 300 entries are reached. Please continue to visit and share the April edition throughout the month. I will visit as many posts as I can, and share your content across my social media platforms.
How are things going where you are? Despite the snow we had last week, the forest floor in Sulham Woods near our home is covered in wood anemones and the first bluebells have started to bloom! Although it’s a really busy time, we managed to slip away for a little holiday over my husband’s birthday and our anniversary. We visited Cambridge with our son and his partner and then went on to the New Forest on our own for a couple of days. are coming out in the forest near our home. We even had a ride in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the Beaulieu Motor Museum.
It was so much fun! If you’d like to see some video of our adventure, click here to see my Instagram post! I’ve also been working hard on my brand refresh, and my blog redesign with Laura of Pixel Me Designs is underway. If you would like a peak behind the scenes at the recent photo shoot for the blog and my book proposal, click here for an Instagram video from my photographer, Terry Joshi.
On the blog, I’ve been sharing ways to help you keep working out while travelling, kid friendly activities in New York City and my spring beauty must haves. Recipes include an Easy Provencal Vegetable Gratin and some mouthwatering Chocolate Mint Brownies (plus a tribute to my brave and beautiful Irish paternal Grandma). I also featured vintage recipes for Waldorf Salad and my easy version of Coronation Chicken. Coronation Chicken was the served at HM The Queen’s Coronation luncheon seventy years ago, so it’s perfect for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations this year.
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April Edition Featured Posts
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Hearth and Soul April Edition featured posts include:-
Regina at Saved From Salvage is decorating for Easter with this beautiful Easter Egg Wreath. It’s easy to make too!
Thrifting Wonderland shared a beautiful tablescape A Little Bit of France which would be perfect for Easter or any springtime celebration. The blue and yellow theme is very appropriate at the moment as well!
If you are looking for an inspiring book for your next great read, Pam Ecrement has a review of Band of Sisters by Lauren Willig. I’m definitely adding this book to my reading list.
There’s nothing like fresh bread! Jenny of Not Entirely Average has an easy to make, long rise Artisan Dutch Oven Beer Bread Recipe I can’t wait to try.
April Edition of The Hearth and Soul Link Party
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