Monday, 18 September 2017

50 Things To Do This Autumn

The evenings are getting darker, the weather is getting colder, and the leaves are beginning to change. It can only mean one thing- Autumn is on its way!

I'm already looking forward to taking walks to crunch through paths of fallen leaves, cosy dark evenings spent crafting at home, going to the bonfire to watch the fireworks, carving pumpkins, keeping warm in cosy layers, seeing the scenery transform in to an explosion of colour, and all of those great Autumn pleasures. I love this time of year!

If you're looking for ways to embrace all things Autumn, or you're having trouble coming up with things to do now the weather is turning colder, never fear. I've put together a list of things to do this Autumn, and I'm here to share it with you today.

Here's my list of 50 things to do this Autumn:

1. Go for a walk in the countryside.
2. Crunch through paths of fallen leaves.
3. Curl up under a cosy blanket with a good book.
4. Carve a pumpkin.
5. Go to a bonfire.
6. Watch a fireworks display.
7. Go blackberry, apple, and / or plum picking.
8. Make an apple pie or crumble. (Or pumpkin pie if that's your jam).
9. Start a new craft project.
10. Buy munchkin pumpkins to decorate your home with, just because they're super cute.
11. Explore a cemetery or two.
12. Throw a Halloween party.
13. Have a Halloween / horror movie marathon.
14. Pick your own pumpkin from a pumpkin patch or pick-your-own farm.
15. Make soup from scratch and enjoy with fresh homemade bread.
16. Travel somewhere pretty to see the leaves change.
17. Learn to knit or crochet a cosy blanket or scarf.
18. Decorate your home for Halloween.
19. Attend a Harvest festival.
20. Visit a maize maze.
21. Take a random drive through the countryside to enjoy the pretty Autumnal scenery.
22. Make something pumpkin-flavoured.
23. Dress up for Halloween.
24. Jump in a pile of leaves.
25. Take photos of the colourful countryside.


26. Wrap up warm and spend an evening stargazing.
27. Make an Autumn wreath to hang on the door.
28. Paint the pretty Autumn scenery.
29. Collect colourful leaves, pinecones, conkers, acorns, and other Autumn foliage for natural decorations or blog photo props.
30. Watch a horror movie at the cinema.
31. Buy some cosy new jumpers, gloves, hats, and scarves.
32. Make and eat a candy / toffee apple.
33. Visited a haunted place or  take a tour of haunted places in your local area
34. Celebrate Oktoberfest.
35. Take your kids Trick or Treating.
36. Light lots of delicious Autumn-scented candles on your cosy dark evenings spent at home.
37. Take photos on a foggy morning.
38. Go for a walk in a woods.
39. Toast marshmallows or s'mores on an open fire.
40. Make an Autumn or Halloween playlist.
41. Take your Autumn / Winter wardrobe out of storage and pack your Summer clothes away.
42. Make and enjoy hearty comfort food like stews, cottage pie, and chilli.
43. Visit a farmer's market to buy delicious local produce.
44. Make chocolate, or sweets for Trick or Treaters, and hand them out on Halloween.
45. Make apple cider.
46. Read lots of horror novels.
47. List your goals for the rest of the year, and work on achieving them.
48. Treat yourself to some new stationery.
49. Watch non-scary Autumnal films like Practical Magic, Hocus Pocus, You've Got Mail, Stepmom, and Sabrina The Teenage Witch.
50. Record your Autumn adventures in your art or bullet journal.

What are your favourite things to do during the Autumn? What are you most looking forward to?

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