My Autumn Bucket List
you have no idea how long I have been waiting to finally type out this post and finally start on my favourite type of content. the seasonal content that comes with waving goodbye to summer and in this case a very hot and dry one. too hot and dry for my liking. nights are getting colder already and I have been able to collect conkers on my dog walks as well as watching the trees turning from a dark green to a bright yellow right in front of my living room window. it’s my favourite half of the year and the time I get most excited about. what is not to love about autumn fashion and being able to layer clothing as well as enjoying a hot cup of tea whilst it’s stormy and rainy outside? whilst I usually struggle more with content over the summer, I find inspiration in the seasonal and I can’t wait to share it all with you. in honour of autumns arrival, I thought I would share my autumn bucket list with you to give you an idea of what’s coming and what I’m excited for.
1. go apple picking
I went cherry and strawberry picking in the summer and it was so much fun which really made me want to pick autumnal fruit too and apples seem perfect. I want to go to the same farm and pick the ripest apples and make apple pie and applesauce with it. it obviously will be the perfect location to take autumnal photos and it will surely happen.
2. decorate & DIY
one of my favourite things about the colder seasons is being able to go all out with decorations and decorating my place. from wreaths to candles to seasonal mantelpieces, I’m here for it. it just makes me feel so much more comfortable in my own space and brings me great happiness. I want to go all out this year and I want to DIY decor too. I find it so calming and it adds such a personal touch too.
3. go to a pumpkin farm
pumpkins just scream autumn and there’s no Halloween without them. pumpkin carving is part of every autumn for me but this year I want to take it even further. there’s a huge pumpkin farm nearby and they are going all out this year with haunted hayrides and a huge pumpkin patch and market and it sounds like the most festive place to be.
4. walks & enjoying nature
I would describe myself as someone who loves to enjoy the outdoors. going for long walks and enjoying nature around me calms me like nothing else. especially when the seasons are changing. as the summer has been so hot, going for walks was not an option and now I can’t wait to get outside and enjoy my surroundings in more moderate temperatures.
Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters
Location: Potsdam, Germany
What is your autumn bucket list? please let me know and I hope you are as excited as I am.