Sunday, October 11, 2020

Fall Things To Do🍂🍁✨

Hey guys I am back and I am better. 

I will definitely be publishing a post letting you guys know where I've been. I've been getting tons of emails asking when will I start back blogging and here I am!

I've decided to bring things back a little spicy this time. 

In this post, I will be sharing things that you can do during the fall.

1. Go pumpkin picking.

I know everyone put this on their list but honestly, this is so fun to do. Plus as a bonus, you can take aesthetically pleasing photos and boomerangs,

2. Redecorate your house/apartment with fall decor.

3. Try fall colored hair.

I tried a brownish color and I loooooove it! Btw, this is my first time trying color and it turned out amazing. At first, it was way too bright and I didn't like it so, my friend put some brown rinse on it and it was perfect!

4. Host a family football game.

5. Have a fall-themed photo shoot.

I was thinking of doing my own photoshoot. One idea I had was to go stand in between some tries that have changed colors dressed up in my jumpsuit while wearing my rollerskates. That's definitely a vibe.

6. Go on a picnic date,

7. Carve pumpkins.

8. Make hot chocolate.

I love stirring white chocolate chips into mines. It's really good... try it out!

9. Do a fall Instagram theme.

10. Explore your city/town with your friends.

We often get caught up being cooped up in the house and on our phones. You'll never know what new places you like that you find. This also gives you a chance to take pictures & videos for your feed.

11. Make Halloween cookies.

12. Go on a hayride.

13. Make smores.

14. Have a self-care day.

Since it's getting cold outside, I feel like self-care is very important. It has always been vital, however, with it being cold, your skin is more prone to becoming dry or cracked, etc. So please, have more self-care days.

15. Update your fall wardrobe.

 16. Take Drives.

Drives are so therapeutic. 

17. Visit a corn maze.

18. Go horseback riding.

19. Make a fall-inspired Pinterest board.

20. Costume party/ Zoom Costume Party. 

I recommend a small costume party with a few friends or family members to be on the safe side or, if you want to be 100% safe, you could host a Zoom costume party.

21. Game Night.

22. Eat fall-flavored bakery foods.

Donuts are my favorite, so I definitely will be partaking in these festivities. In the picture above, I just got a Pumpkin cream cheese muffin from Starbucks. Not gonna lie, I'm obsessed!

23. Buy tons of fuzzy socks.

Get into the cozy vibe!

24. Go thrifting!

Photo by Alisa Anton on Unsplash

25. Build a fort/ reading corner.

You can do this by setting down a blanket, add some pillows, light some candles.

26. Make a pumpkin spice latte or buy one from Starbucks.

I get my Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbucks and I added cinnamon dolce topping and 4 pumps of cinnamon dolce syrup. Technically, I would add more pumps of the syrup, however, this was my first time trying one of these so I didn't want to overdo it. 

27. Make a Halloween costume.

28. DIY your own fall scented candle!

29. Make caramel apples!

Photo by Dave Lastovskiy on Unsplash

30. Host a backyard/ pre-thanksgiving dinner party!

A dinner party is so much fun! With that being said, I think a pre-thanksgiving dinner would be cool. Pretty much, it's a dinner party where you cook a big dinner like Thanksgiving but it doesn't have to include thanksgiving foods. Enjoy this with your family and friends.

31. Go to the farmers market!

Something about the farmers market just gives such a fall vibe.

32. Bring the flannels out!

Honestly, flannels are a great way to add spice to your outfit.

33. Make s'mores.

34. Soup/Chili night!

Warm foods tend to give that cozy feeling.

35. Buy oversized sweatshirts & hoodies.

36. Harry Potter Movie marathon.

37. Disney Channel Halloween movie marathon.

Photo by Mark Tegethoff on Unsplash

38. Have a bonfire.

39. Knit a chunky blanket.

40. Do some affordable DIY fall decor.

Look on YouTube for some ideas.

41. Make a fall wallpaper for your phone or computer.

I did this and it really makes me get into the fall vibe. I also made a regular wallpaper. They're so fun to do. All I did was add a bunch of pictures that reminded me of fall and made them into a collage. All the pictures above are the wallpapers I made for myself and others.


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