When Emily Dickinson wrote “I Dwell in Possibility” she was expressing her love for creativity and preference for poetry over prose. However to me, this poem has always been about hope and reinvention. Welcome to the Hearth and Soul Link Party!
Whether your blog posts are old or new, as long as they are about things that feed the soul, they are welcome here at The Hearth and Soul Link Party. 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.
What’s Been Happening as I Work to Dwell in Possibility
I’m doing an Online Business Bootcamp with Suzanne Mountain, The Non-Millennial Business Coach. I’m looking at new new projects as well as ideas for the blog. It’s very exciting to dwell in possibility this way!
I’m also doing lots of work on the blog, updating old posts, developing some new recipes and writing new articles too.
My husband (who has been working at home since March) and I are continuing our daily walks at 7am each morning. We started to keep track of the distance we were covering 5 weeks ago (I wish we’d started from the beginning of lockdown).
In the last five weeks we’ve walked over 235 miles, over a marathon a week. It’s a great way to start off a busy day and has been good for our bodies and our souls!
Don’t miss my latest newsletter – also entitled Dwell in Possibility – which came out this week. With the 10th anniversary of The Hearth and Soul Link Party fast approaching, you will definitely want to keep up with the latest!
New On The Blog This Week
Come on over to the Dark Side, we’ve got cookies!
Old Fashioned Oatmeal Coconut Cookies to be precise! If you are as much of a fan of Oatmeal Cookies as I am, you will love this twist on the usual Oatmeal Raisin variety. The cookie dough rolls can be kept on hand in the fridge or freezer, ready to bake at a moment’s notice. It’s lovely to have treats on hand ready for care packages or to go with a cup of tea when you just need a little something.
Thank you all for sharing your inspiring and encouraging content with the Hearth and Soul Link Party!
Dwell in Possibility – Featured Posts
Dwell in Possibility featured posts include (from top left, clockwise):-
Suzan of It’s My Sustainable Life shares the history of Victory Gardens in Victory Garden Resurgence as well as advice and information to help you plan your own. There’s nothing that offers more possibility than a garden – and it’s a great project to take on with kids as well.
There are lots of possibilities with this lovely recipe from Nora of Treat and Trick! Her Stuffed Bread makes a delicious lunch or snack.
Michelle of Blessings By Me has Chipped Candle Holder DIY that offer the possibility of skipping the trip to Costco, saving money and being creative too!
Seeking new things to do with your kids in these challenging times? Helen of 3 Winks Design discusses the possibility of Back Yard Camping and offers ideas to help make it happen.
On with the party!
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