5 Classic Ways to Celebrate Fall

Fall is here and many people are celebrating the return of theirfavorite season of the year. In our opinion, turning leaves, coolertemperatures and pumpkin-flavored everything are the best ways to saygoodbye to the heat of summer and hello to the crisp days of autumn.Whether you’re sipping on a Pumpkin Spice Latte or enjoying a hay rackride through a pumpkin patch, be sure to make the most of your fall. If you find yourself falling into a rut, try one of these activities to perk your autumn up.

Do Something with Pumpkin
As one of the most common flavors of fall, the versatile pumpkin is asymbol of the season. There are so many ways to use the fruit beyond baking itinto a pie. Try roasting the seeds or using pumpkin puree to make afrozen dessert. You might surprise yourself with all you can do.

Play Football
Sure, fall is the season to watch football, but what about playing it?Grab some friends or family for a pick-up game (touch or tackle is
your choice). While there are plenty people who enjoy sitting on the couch and watching the game, we think it’s more fun to go outside and play one yourself.

Make Your Halloween Costume
Want a unique costume this year? Try making your own using sustainablematerials or even old clothes. You’d be surprised how many greatcostumes can be put together with items you already have lying aroundthe house. Not only will you save money, but you’ll stand out from thecrowd of store-bought costumes.

Go on Walk
Fall is arguably the most beautiful season, so take advantage of thecolorful display of leaves in your area by going on a walk. Not onlywill you enjoy the variety of colors, shapes and sizes of leaves, butyou will also be adding a bit of exercise into your day.

Visit an Apple Orchard
Johnny Appleseed’s birthday is coming up this month, so why notcelebrate by visiting an apple orchard. Apples are a great seasonal fruit, and picking them yourself is an added treat!

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49 comments

Magdalen B.
Magdalen B3 years ago

I did see an article encouraging people to make "leaf angels". Not with the cats, and other beasties, round here....

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Elena T.
Elena Poensgen3 years ago

Thank you :)

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heather g.
heather g3 years ago

I normally enjoy autumn. This year the change from warm weather changed so quickly and all of a sudden - winter clothes had to be unpacked in a hurry. Rain, grey skies and cold evenings even a few rain storms so that we get a clear message !

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Edgar Zuim
Edgar Zuim3 years ago

Good tips. Thanks.

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KAREN G.
Karen Gee3 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

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Donna Ferguson
Donna F3 years ago

my mother died on November 1st, 2007. I'd been her caretaker for 22 years, so just before she died in a nursing home w/Hospice, I took 3 days off. when I visited her Halloween night, I found that she had slipped beyond me, into hallucinations. I stayed w/her, trying to calm her through her scary hallucinations. this is what Halloween means to me. I'm trying to learn to accept Oct. 31st, but I don't want to notice any of the "scary Halloween" stuff. I can't exactly focus on Fall, because I live in Southern California. Maybe I could focud on pumpkins and cinnamon. (baked apples?)

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Kathy Perez
Kathy Johnson3 years ago

I obsess over all thing pumpkin!!!!!

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LMj Sunshine
James Merit3 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

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LMj Sunshine
James Merit3 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

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Spencer Young
Spencer Young3 years ago

Let us not forget the weekly task of racking leaves for hours of fun and exercise only to have your lazy neighbors to come and visit. Yippie!

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