Still unsure about what to do when the first day of autumn hits? Here, I’ve complied a list of fun activities you can do to get in the sweater weather mood! Enjoy!
Autumn flies by in a flash, so make the most of the crisp weather and beautiful foliage with this list of fun things to do in autumn. Pick your favorite and give it a try!
The First Day Of Autumn Is On Its Way – Be Ready!
If you’re anything like me you’ve been wondering – where did spring and summer go? Yesterday school was getting out and summer activities for the kids were revving up..weren’t they?
Since the year seems to be trucking along regardless of my time schedule, I have begun getting myself ready for fall. I have started on the mass clear-out of my garden and the replacement of summer colors to those of warm and autumn hues.
However, I’m excited to discover what else I could do to make this season more memorable than ever before! The crisp weather, the changing colors, the tasty food – nothing can beat that! Sit back and enjoy browsing this list to kick off your autumn season right!
Save tons while staying on top of the hottest trends when you DIY your fall fashion! Get plenty of ideas here.
When you’re looking for your next family project, check out some of these fall crafts. Click here to read more.
It’s the harvest season, so there are plenty of ingredients available! Showcase your cooking skills and let your family and friends savor your delicious culinary creations. Find lots of fall recipes here.
It’s autumn, so there are beautiful changing leaves everywhere you look! Spruce up your decorations using actual fall leaves. Click here to read more.
It’s just about time to unlock your creativity for the Thanksgiving holiday! Get lots of ideas here.
Want to have a successful spring garden? I promise it’s not too early! Successful planning now will result in a fruitful harvest when spring rolls around. Click here for Fall Gardening Tips For Great Success in Spring.
Carve your own pumpkins! I know it seems like this is any obvious go-to project for the fall season, but there are some incredibly cool and creative carving ideas for those in your family who enjoy a spooky challenge, or for those who just want to create a traditional jack-o-lantern. Happy carving! Get plenty of pumpkins carving ideas here.
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Take your kids trick-or-treating in style! There’s nothing better than creating your own Halloween masterpiece for all of your friends to ‘ohh’ and ‘ahh’ over! Click here to find lots of Halloween Costume ideas.
If you want to add some stand out fall beverages to your table this year, embrace the beer growler! Learn how you can get and store fresh and delicious beer this fall season! Click here to read more.
Hosting a thanksgiving party? Then, you’ll need a perfect thanksgiving table decor to welcome in your family and friends! Click here to read more.
The young and the young at heart trick-or-treaters will certainly enjoy the fun of tasting some homemade sweat treats. Click here for some Halloween treat ideas.
12. Play With Leaves
Though we all know that it’s important to rake and get rid of all the leaves in your front yard to step up your curb appeal, don’t dispose of your leaves too quickly! Let your kids enjoy jumping in leaf piles as you rake this fall as well as a few other leaf activities! Check out a few fun kid friendly activities for fall! Click here to read more.
13. Go Apple Picking
You know how fun it is to get out of the cities, breathe some fresh air, and take in the natural fall season. A favorite fall activity of mine is picking apples with my family. It’s both fun and bountiful as we often use the apples for baking and cider! Click here to find out the best places to go for apple picking.
14. Go Hiking
Let your adventurous side take hold and step out into nature’s breathtaking scenery. The first day of autumn is upon us and nature provides some truly staggering colors, so get out and enjoy! Click here for the best places to hike in USA.
15. Start Your Christmas Shopping
Procrastinating until the last minute to complete your Christmas shopping is both stressful and the quality of your presents almost always suffers. Don’t let procrastination take priority over spending the time to find the perfect gifts for your friends and family!
Still up for one more way to be ready for the first day of Autumn? How about a fall makeup tutorial? Check out this video from Jeanine Amapola. Or if you want written instructions, check it out from our sister site Makeup Tutorials:
Are you now ready for the first day of Autumn? Let us know in the comments below.