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Fall to do list

Every fall I get whisked away in all the cozy vibes and can’t help myself. For those that aren’t as full embrace mode of fall or want some ideas here is my yearly fall checklist.

Apple picking – There are so many beautiful orchards in southern Ontario. Spend some time collecting fresh off the tree apples. Enjoy on the car ride home, and further the fall aesthetic with a homemade apple pie or caramel coated apples.

Pumpkin patch – Did you even go if you don’t have any photos of it? A quintessential photo op and usually comes with more things to do at local farms. There are usually corn mazes, tractor rides, and some farm animals for little ones to enjoy.

You know what makes fall even better? Halloween! So every October we have a scary movie night marathon or countdown and watch horribly produced horror movies/shows and eat sweets, treats, and all the other eats.

Go for a walk – After spending so much of my life in Texas, I will give Canada credit where it’s due. The seasons are like no other. So grab a PSL or any other warm bevvy and enjoy the beautiful colours of the fall foliage and that crisp air that doesn’t hurt your face just yet.

Buy fall aesthetic decor – DIY or just grab it ready to go, fall decor equates to literal comfort and no place like home feels. Light a candle (my favourite fall one being sweater weather) and enjoy the mums, pumpkins, and everything else.

While there are also so many other things to do, these are just a few things we do every year like clockwork and have become family traditions.

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