It’s Fall y’all! Finally, the pumpkin spice season is finally upon us! And yet, we still wonder how to spend our Harvest season. Although the weather is getting chillier, these activities are sure to bring warmth to any autumn day. Furthermore, consider this your bucket list for all things Fall!
Cozy up your interior design decor Not into all that orange, gold, brown & yellow? Seems like those are your sole fall palettes to choose from, huh? But not for long! While your neighbors decorate with traditional color schemes, be bold and stand out! White pumpkins and silver or bronze accents are a fantastic way to upgrade your autumn-inspired decor!
Visit your local pumpkin patch
Go apple picking
Come up with a killer costume (Pro tip: Pinterest has oodles of costumes at your disposal! Couples costumes, DIY costumes, you name it!)
Go through a corn maze
Visit a haunted house
Volunteer for a good cause
Watch some spooky movies
Bake fall flavored treats (Pro tip: Pinterest has some delectable, harvest season baked good recipes that are absolutely to DIE for, no pun intended *wink wink*)
Candles. Lots and lots of candles.
Attend a Halloween party (Pro tip: In addition to Halloween parties, seek out local costume contest opportunities! Go all out with an original costume that no one else would have. In addition, you may even walk away with cash or prizes!)
Try an autumn inspired cocktail
Decorate or carve a pumpkin
Master a chili/cornbread combo recipe
Deck out your porch (no pun intended) with Fall flair!
Plan a visit to the farmer’s market
Have a caramel apple (Pro tip: While giant caramel apples are delicious, caramel apple bites are fast, cost effective & fun to make! After skinning the apple of your choosing, use a melon baller to scoop bite size pieces before covering with caramel and toppings! Quick and yummy!)
Sit by the fire
Make s’mores (Pro tip: Fist of all, anyone can make a delicious s’more. But add fruit like strawberries or Reese’s in place of a chocolate bar and you’ll have a most noteworthy spin on a classic favorite!)
Most of all, TRICK-OR-TREAT!
In conclusion, here’s to the best Fall yet! *Insert clink here*
Let’s get spooky!