The Ultimate Fall Bucket List: 23 Things I’m Dying to Do This Season
I’m embracing fall with everything I’ve got this year, so I thought it would only be fitting to do a fall bucket list. I live for the holidays and October through January are my favorite months to relish in everything that makes my heart content.
Recently I was writing in The 52 Lists Project: A Year of Weekly Journaling Inspiration and it asked me to write down everything I love about fall. I wrote that I love feeling cozy inside and out, I embrace the idea of hygge, I love that Scorpio season is approaching, I love tradition, and I love that fall brings a season of wonder, change, comfort, and balance.
This fall in particular I am embracing my wanderlust by taking a trip to Asheville, North Carolina at the end of October that I’m SO excited for. I’ll definitely do some blog posts about that trip so stay tuned. But this season I’m also embracing the idea of growth and development not only internally but also within my creative projects (like the short film I’m making with my brother) and I’m championing the cliché idea that fall makes us want to try new things and be cozy while doing it.
So without further ado, here’s my fall bucket list AKA everything I’d love to do this season
- Bake a pie
- Play in the leaves
- Go apple picking
- Go through a corn maze
- Decorate Pumpkins
- Host a Friendsgiving
- Take a scenic fall foliage drive
- Go to a football game and tailgate
- Watch Hocus Pocus
- Make a homemade fall-inspired coffee drink
- Make a gratitude list
- Roast pumpkin seeds
- Carve Pumpkins
- Find a new flannel
- Have a fall photoshoot
- Go to a fall festival
- Find the perfect fall-inspired nail color
- Get a new notebook
- Snuggle by the fire
- DIY my Halloween costume
- Find the perfect fall sweater
- Read an inspiring book
- Create a new fall-inspired coffee mug design for my Etsy shop
If you’re in the Los Angeles area like I am, check out this list of must-do things during fall in LA.
What’s on your fall bucket list? Comment below and tell me, I’d love to hear from you!