Fall Bucket List

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This is my favorite time of the year! ❤ Cooler weather, pumpkin and apple everything, and a reason to celebrate all things spooky. How do you bring in autumn? What are some of your favorite activities? Share with us in the comments!

Visit a farm!

Typically, there are lots of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Corn mazes, hay rides, pumpkin patches.

Host a horror movie night!

This is one of my favorite things to do. Invite your spooky-loving friends and family over and watch all the movies you can take. Snacks are optional but highly recommended!

Bake spooky treats.

This goes right along with horror movie night. Make a graveyard cake or a mummy cheese log. If you’re unsure of where to start, check out Pinterest. The possibilities are limitless!

Attend a fall festival.

Who doesn’t love a good festival?! Carnival games, rides, and fair-type foods. Plus, festivals are great for bringing communities together.

Make time for a photoshoot!

Corn fields, rustic barns, fallen leaves, and autumn-colored trees make beautiful backgrounds for photos.

Make homemade apple cider.

I’ve never even thought about doing this until recently during our own horror movie night. My girlfriend made some stovetop cider, and it was amazing!! Call me hooked!

Enjoy Halloween!

You can take the kids trick or treating, or hit up the neighborhood party, or even spend the night in the cemetery. Honestly, it doesn’t matter as long as you properly enjoy one of the best holidays of the year.

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5 thoughts on “Fall Bucket List

  1. Autumn is my favorite time of year. You don’t have to convince me! (I wouldn’t mind that apple cider recipe, though. I’ve never even considered making my own. Now I want to!) Happy fall, Mar! 🍁

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  2. Right?!

    Here’s the recipe:
    -64 oz apple cider
    -3 cinnamon sticks
    -1 tsp cloves
    -1/3 c brown sugar
    (also calls for 1 tsp allspice, which we omitted)

    Combine all ingredients into a pot. Cook on high until boiling then reduce to low to keep warm.

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  3. My daughter will love this. We made mulled wine last year, and it was a big hit. This is perfect for Thanksgiving (which is when I think I’ll see her next). Thank you!

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  4. You’re so welcome!! Let me know what you think!! Personally, I’m hooked even though I didn’t think I liked apple cider. LOL

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