Fall 2019 Bucket List

With the fall season unofficially here, I’m ready to check off some of my to-dos from my annual fall bucket list!¬†New England fall bucket list.One of the many benefits of blogging is that I get to¬†write down and share things with everyone. This in turn makes me accountable for anything I want to do. And since the months and seasons¬†fly by, it’s a good way to help me stay on top of things. I mean, here we are in September! It feels like just the other day I was basking on the beach. And nothing’s worse than getting to the end of a season and realizing that you forgot to do some of the things you mentally planned for.

Some of these fall ideas are repeats from years past. The fall season in New England is absolutely amazing! The foliage and lovely quaint towns dressed in color are what movies are made of. Not to mention it’s wonderful to go apple picking, pumpkin hunting and jumping on hayrides. It just so much fun and too good to pass up. Our yearly fall traditions are something I look forward to and absolutely love!

Here are a few more fall ideas for you to ponder over:

Make s’mores

Make fall-themed drinks

Go to a free fall festival

Do a corn maze

Find covered bridges

Decorate with DIY fall wreaths

Take photos of the changing seasons

Swap summer clothes for sweaters

Paint your nails in fall colors

Have a fall picnic at a park

Decorate your home with fall colors

Make a warm Winter Squash soup

Go for a drive on a scenic fall foliage route

Light pumpkin-scented candles

Give your social media pages a Fall theme

Pick pinecones and decorate your home with them

Make corn-husk dolls

Go camping

Make a scarecrow

Bake a pumpkin pie

Make apple cider

Go for a scenic hike

Make a fire with pinecones

Roast pumpkin seeds

Watch the harvest moon

Create a Fall playlist

Curl up by the fire with a good book

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