Fall is my second favorite season. Spring’s my favorite, but fall is a close second. There’s the chill in the air. Hoodies. The smell of cinnamon and pumpkin, burning wood, and the crunch of a fresh-picked apple. There’s something about fall that makes me want to get out and try new things. It has to be the weather for me. I don’t do well in hot and humid weather, so the relief just feels so good to me.
Experience all the senses during fall
One of the things that I think makes fall so special is that it engages all the senses higher than any other season. The incredible sights of the fall foliage. Check out some great places HERE. Experience the smells of a pumpkin spice latte or hot cider. The tastes are next level with caramel apples, cinnamon, apple cider donuts, or maple anything. Sounds like a crackling bonfire, crunching leaves under your feet, or the cheers of the crowd at a football game. I really love the feel of fall. The touch of a warm fuzzy sweater, the nip in the air. That cozy feeling that has you wanting the season to never end.
Lean into your adventurous side
There are so many adventurous things you can do during the fall. Now adventure doesn’t have to be zip-lining or doing a mud run. Adventure is all about new ideas and experiences. That could mean anything you haven’t done before. Cook something new for Thanksgiving. Carve a pumpkin. Hang out with friends at a bonfire. That may not sound adventurous, but for me it would be. I sat around a campfire before, but never a big huge bonfire. I may have to add that to my fall bucket list.
Your fall bucket list
It’s now officially fall, and I would recommend you make your own fall bucket list. You can also get some ideas of things to do with kids HERE. Need some inspiration? Here you go.