Ah autumn! The season of crisp winds, rainfalls and the spooky Halloween. A lovely season for having fun if you just know the way how. But even if you don’t below are 7 ways you can experiment with.
1. Visit a local park
One of the simplest ways is by taking a stroll in the nearest park. Admiring the color change of the leaves helps you connect with nature and enter the autumn mood. Bonus effect if you plan a picnic with your loved ones.
2. Enjoy a Pumpkin Spice Latte
Pumpkin Spice Latte is one of the beverages that scream autumn right away. You could practice your barista skills by making your own homemade pumpkin spice latte or order one from Starbucks (if your barista skills are questionable)
3. Plan a movie marathon
Autumn is the perfect setting for snuggling with a warm blanket and a hot drink while enjoying a movie. So why not plan a movie marathon with your loved ones? You could choose your favourite movies and spent a cozy and relaxing evening together. Bonus effect if the movies have magical aspects (like Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings)
4. Go apple picking
Apples are one of autumn’s most distinctive fruits. So what a better way to enjoy autumn than to visit an apple orchard and pick your own apples? Take the apple picking to another level by using the apples you picked for making homemade delicacies, like apple pies and apple cider.
5. Carve a pumpkin
One of Halloween’s most notorious practices is the carving of pumpkins. A fun activity for family and friends alike that you should include in your fall bucket list.
6. Autumn shopping
Visit the local stores to renew your wardrobe with warm sweaters and jackets and other fall accessories. You could also buy decorations, like fall scented candles to make your home more autumn inspired.
7. Visit a haunted location
Last but not least is another activity with Halloween vibes. Haunted locations, especially houses, have a spooky effect and are a great way for the daring to test their durability and nerves.
Have you tried any of the activities mentioned above? If so let me know in the comments how your experience was.