The Hearth and Soul Link Party welcomes 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.
NB. Please only share blog posts. I’m sorry, but links to Facebook posts etc will be deleted.
What’s Been Happening
There are alarming rises in our rates of COVID-19 infection here in the UK, despite England being in our second lockdown. This lockdown is slightly less restrictive than the first, but most of us can’t see our families and friends. We can exercise outside with just one family member of friend from outside of our household (so no more than 2 people from separate households together at a time). Schools and universities are still open though. How are things where you are? And how are you?
It’s definitely a scary time but I hope that thinking positive, alongside taking great care and staying as healthy as possible in other way, will help. It certainly can’t hurt!
We had so much rain last week I hadn’t left the house in four days when we went for our walk this morning.
On The Blog
This week I shared a collection of vegetarian comfort food recipes.
Whether you are a vegetarian or you are just looking to eat less meat, there is a Vegetarian Comfort Food Recipe for you. Most of the recipes have a vegan option as well.
If fish is more your thing, I’ve got a deliciously easy salmon recipe too.
My One Pan Salmon and Roasted Mediterranean Vegetables is a lightly spiced meal that is chock full of healthy ingredients and tastes great.
If you are looking for a warming way to start an autumn day, this comforting breakfast recipe is a great idea.
My warming and comforting Easy Pear Walnut and Ginger Oatmeal yummy, nutritious, and only takes about ten minutes to make. It’s perfect for busy mornings!
Thank you all for visiting and sharing your wonderful content and for helping us all to keep thinking positive!
Thinking Positive – This Week’s Featured Posts
Posts to help us all keep thinking positive (from top left, clockwise):-
Becca at Life of an Earth Muffin shares 5 Eco Books To Read in 2020 to help us make choices to benefit the environment – something that is so important!
There’s nothing like a delicious treat to lift your mood and help keep you thinking positive. Erin at Big Green House has a recipe for Oatmeal Cream Bars that is sure to brighten your day.
Comfort food is another great way to nurture ourselves during these challenging times and Julie at Julie’s Creative Lifestyle has a recipe that is sure to hit the spot. Don’t miss this Slow Cooker Olive Garden Chicken Pasta.
Lauren Sparks encourages us to keep thinking positive with These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things. I was so interested to learn about the technique of doing a Gratitude Blitz and I can’t wait to give it a try.
On with the party!
Thinking Positive at The Hearth and Soul Link Party
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I look forward to seeing what you have to share this week!