Fall Bucket List

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Time for another addition to The Inspired Holiday’s Bucket list collection. In this addition, it’s all about our Fall bucket list! Fall is a magical time of year! That first cool breeze feels like a magical spell has been placed on NYC. When people ask my favorite color, I respond Fall. The burnt orange, dark red, yellows, and crisp greens are gorgeous! Many might even say I’m a pumpkin spice latte addict. While all of those parts of Fall are amazing, but my favorite thing about this particular change of seasons is the amount of fun we have as a family. School is back in session, the weather is cooler and we are back to our everyday routine making it the perfect combination to have some Fall fun! Here’s what’s on our:


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Go apple picking at a local orchard

Go pumpkin picking

Carve a Jack-o-Lantern

Roast pumpkin seeds

Pick the largest pumpkin in the patch

Turn something unexpected into a pumpkin

Decorate your porch

Wrap yourself in your favorite sweater and scarf

Serve soup in a pumpkin bowl

Go for a walk on an overcast day

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Sip warm apple cider

Knit or crochet a scarf

Take a trip to see the fall foliage

Go to a haunted house

Visit a local candle shop

Light your cinnamon & spice candles

Take your family to a fall festival

Watch a seasonal Hallmark movie such as: “Pumpkin Pie Wars on the Hallmark channel or “Autumn in the Vineyard”

Decorate your mantel for the season

Craft with fallen leaves

Watch a scary movie under cozy blankets

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Take a spooky graveyard tour

Stay at a B&B with views of the fall foliage

Bake a fresh pie for a neighbor

Go on a hayride

Cook with squash

Add pumpkin to your recipes

Take a family Christmas photo

Bake an apple pie (or pumpkin)

Get lost in a corn maze

Go for a weekend getaway in the mountains

Load up on candy for Trick or Treat

Rake leaves and jump in

Get pumped for Halloween with a classic story

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Enjoy a pumpkin spice latte

Dip apples in caramel

Gather friends for a backyard campfire (serve s’mores)

Go to a local football game & tailgate

Bake pumpkin bread


Did you find a new thing to do this Fall? Is there something I’m missing? I always love learning new ways to have fun with my family so let me know how you spend a perfect Fall day in the comments below.


Happy Fall!

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