Happy New Year! Welcome to the first edition of The Hearth and Soul Hop for 2016. We are a ‘no rules’ link party and welcome any family friendly posts as well as, of course, food from the hearth to feed your soul.
I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and holiday season. My husband and I had a wonderful time with family and friends as well as chilling out at home. Our son is manages a photography store so he spent a lot of time at work but he did manage to participate in some of the festivities!
Over the holidays I shared a recipe for delicious homemade Maple Fudge. It’s a great holiday recipe, but frankly it’s so good I’ll be making it all year round!
Have you made your New Year’s Resolutions yet? This post has hints and tips to help you make New Year’s Resolutions that really work.
Thank you so much to everyone who shared posts at the last Hearth and Soul Hop. Today I’m featuring:
Homemade Soy Candles from To Simply Inspire
Gluten Free Christmas Cookies from Herbs, Spices and Tradition
(these would be delicious all year round too!)
Vanilla Coconut Cherry Chocolate Chip Granola from Simple Living and Eating
It’s easy to join in – just share your post(s) below. All family friendly posts are welcome!
It’s not obligatory but I would be grateful if you could include a link back in your post or share our Hearth and Soul Hop badge (code is in the sidebar).
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. If you have any questions please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.