fall bucket list

Fall Bucket List 2016-1

Now that fall is officially here and the weather is feeling more and more like the season, it is time to retire our summer bucket list in favor of a fall bucket list. We checked off everything on our summer bucket list this year, and I have the same hopes for our fall bucket list! I love the fall season so so much and always wish it would hold on a little longer, but at least we have another wonderful time of the year to follow. ;)

October is one of the busiest and most hectic months in my work schedule and I’m already a little stressed about what is to come. I am working or traveling every week from now until the second week of November. While some of it will be fun, I can only think of the things that will get neglected at home during this month during all of the weekends I am not at home (aka every weekend). I know I will make it through, but I don’t want to go through one of my favorite months of the year as a ball of stress without having any fun or accomplishing anything. This bucket list is partially here to serve as accountability for me to make sure I intentionally schedule time for fun and relaxing activities and enjoy the season as much as possible amidst the busy. What is on your bucket list?

fall bucket list

-visit the mountains
-make an apple treat
-make a new savory recipe (maybe a new soup?)
-go pumpkin picking
-go to the state fair
-plant winter veggies (kale, beets, broccoli?)
-make pumpkin bread and other pumpkin treats
-figure out costumes and dress up for Halloween
-drink apple cider
-go on a hike/trail walk
-go on a run/walk on Pumpkin Loop (a local trail)
-find a good fall candle
-paint our bedroom
-decorate our apartment for fall
-start working on a large canvas for our living room
-enjoy coffee dates with friends
-start planning Christmas gifts
-plan an exciting celebration (details to come! :) )
-go to a football game
-make a pumpkin spice latte (or find a good local one – so far Bean Trader’s is winning)
-celebrate our dativersary :)

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