Autumn 2021 Bucket List

There are two things I love in life: autumn and a good list. That’s why I took a moment to write down my autumn bucket list for 2021!

I have been so busy lately and I feel like there isn’t any time left to do all the fall things! Even though the leaves are just starting to change, I feel late.

Since having my daughter, I feel an immense sense of responsibility to celebrate every holiday and make everyday special.

At the end of the day, all my 10 month old really wants is to sit in the backyard with her books and read!

I want to pass on to her some of the wisdom that I’ve learned in my long 27 years. I want her to remember that experiences and being together are way more important than things.

I was in the Target Bullseye section the other day, you know, the one with the $1 and $3 tchochkies and felt like I had to buy her all this crap to celebrate fall.

The girl loves to play with wooden spoons and her carseat manual.

No $3 pumpkin from Target is going to help her appreciate fall.

Taking a fall walk and showing her how to crunch leaves is what she needs to be doing.

So, this year I’m taking the experience route. We’re on our way to checking off our fall list, one by one!


Autumn 2021 Bucket List

  1. Bake a pie
  2. Visit a pumpkin patch
  3. Build a leaf pile
  4. Decorate the front porch with mums
  5. DIY Halloween costumes
  6. Take a scenic drive with this playlist
  7. Drink apple cider
  8. Bake leaf cookies for friends
  9. Take a fall walk
  10. See the harvest moon
  11. Do a fall photoshoot
  12. Make apple crumble

What’s on your autumn bucket list?
Is there anything special that you’ve already done to celebrate the season?

Let me know below!

O.

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