20 Things To Do in Fall

  1. Get your wardrobe fall ready by adding warmer layers, scarfs, and boots: if your wardrobe is looking a little boring, think about adding a few trendy items to your wardrobe. Just remember, you don’t have to buy something just because it’s in style. Yes, red is in, but if red makes you look like a tomato (guilty) then look for other ways to add color to your wardrobe.
  2. Drink apple cider: bonus points if you add extra mulling spice to it.
  3. Decorate your space for the cooler months: bring out the twinkle lights, candles, and other fall decorations. If you’re on budget, look to mother nature for decor inspiration. Place acorns and pinecones in glass jars for a cosy rustic look.
  4. Go on a drive to see the leaves changing.
  5. Treat yourself to a little makeover: Whether it’s treating yourself to a new bold lipstick, neutral eye shadow palette, or completely changing the color of your hair. It’s a new season, go crazy!
  6. Carve a pumpkin while listening to oldies.
  7. Bake your favorite apple dessert or challenge yourself to bake something new: You can check out the ol’ Pinterest or if you’re feeling really crazy (maybe you added more than just mulling spice to your cider) create your own recipe.
  8. Host a scary movie night: and yes, Young Frankenstein and High Anxiety totally count!
  9. Turn off the lights, light a candle or two (or three), put on your favorite record, and do nothing except lay there and listen to music.
  10. Gather up canned goods and drop them off at your local food pantry.
  11. Finally crack open that book you complain about never having time to read, and MAKE time to read it: bonus points if you read it while drinking a steamy cup of tea or cider.
  12. Spend the day at a fall festival/fair/carnival: basically any place where you can get candy apples and cotton candy counts.
  13. Make your bed even more cozy by adding thicker blankets in deep autumnal shades.
  14. Try wearing your favorite scarf in a new way: check out this video for some inspiration.
  15. Fall means that network television is back, baby! Instead of binge watching the season in one day. Watch it the old fashion way with the commercials included.
  16. Spend the afternoon picking apples at an orchard.
  17. Create a list of all the things you’re thankful for. Display it somewhere so that you can read over it whenever you’re feeling anxious or stressed.
  18. Have friends over for a bonfire.
  19. Challenge yourself to make a new dish using only in-season ingredients.
  20. Spend an entire weekend without being glued to your phone: no phone, no internet, no problem.



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