Blue Monday? Not here! It’s time once again for the Hearth and Soul Link Party and it’s all about Great Things to Do in January. Welcome!
Blog posts old and new, about anything that feeds the soul, are welcome here at the Hearth and Soul Link Party. This includes – but is not limited to – family, home, recipes, decorating, crafts, DIY, travel, organisation, book reviews, the arts and self improvement.
The month certainly seems to be flying by, and there’s definitely no shortage of great things to do in January to keep things interesting. If you are enjoying spending time in the kitchen this month, do give this seasonal recipe a try!
This pretty Chocolate Orange Marble Cake Recipe uses seasonal blood oranges (although it works very well with ordinary oranges as well). My step by step instructions make it easy!
If you looking for something a bit healthier, don’t miss my latest vegetarian recipe (it can be vegan too)!
My Easy Vegetable and Cashew Stir Fry takes make your own take out to a whole new level. The delicious homemade sauce (using store cupboard ingredients) makes for an extra delicious – and extra healthy – dish.
Last Week’s Most Visited Post
This week’s most popular post was Pauline Wiles’ My 2019 Reading Challenge. If, like me, you are hoping to read more this year, Pauline’s post will help and inspire you.
More Great Things to Do in January Features
Thank you so much for sharing your blog posts and being a part of the Hearth and Soul Community! Featured posts this week include:-
(from top right, clockwise)
Discover a new to you blog or project! Kristine of Red Shutter Cottage shares 6 of her Favorite Blogs for Decorating and Organizing
Make something special for breakfast or teatime with Jean of Delightful Repast’s Chelsea Buns and Cinnamon Rolls
Need some encouragement with your resolutions? Jillian of Live.Love.Jillian discusses How to Make Lifestyle Changes That Last and Add Value
Keep things simple for January entertaining with Marilyn of Marilyn’s Treats No Bake Cheesecake with Strawberries. There is endless scope for variation with this easy recipe. Marilyn tells me it’s especially good with mango!
The Hearth and Soul Link Party
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