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Autumn Bucket List

Autumn is that time of year when I come to life again. After the sweltering hell that is summer finally passes and the first crisp mornings make themselves felt, every cell in my body sings once more....


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2017 Autumn Bucket List



Make Pumpkin Pie



Drink Apple Cider


Enjoy Hot Chocolate Outside


Curl Up Under a Blanket with a Book


Wear Cozy Fall Socks


Watch Halloween Movies


Take a Stroll Through a Park


Make Soup


Burn Fall Scented Candles


Have a Picnic


Take Fall Photos


Visit Oktoberfest


Decorate w/ Autumn Colors


Drink Pumpkin Ale/Fall Beer


Pick Apples


Carve a Pumpkin and Roast Seeds


Dress up for Halloween


Go Star Gazing


Visit a Haunted House


Host a Dinner Party


Stay in a Log Cabin/Hotel


Visit your city’s tourist destinations


Wear Cute Scarves


Learn how to do Fire Scrying


Get Your Tarot Cards Read


Cook with Squash or Zucchini


Wander Through a Graveyard


Dress in Warm Layers


Buy Halloween Candy/Treats

All photos courtesy of Pinterest


What are your must do events and ideas for autumn? For my readers in the Southern Hemisphere preparing for spring - how to you spend your October and November?

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    1. Me too, it's my favorite season. I'm so lucky that I get to experience it in Minnesota, where we get all four beautiful seasons.

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  2. Not really doing anything for spring

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