My Fall Bucket List

This post is 100% inspired by pinterest. I LOVE pinterest. It is one of the greatest things ever invented. Seriously. I use it to for gathering recipes, clothing inspiration, hair and make up tips, DIY projects, and things I generally want to remember to do eventually, someday, probably (and grumpy cat memes of course!). If you don’t follow me, please do, so I can follow you back! Anyways, there are so many things I see that I constantly think to myself, “I need to do this/make this immediately!” and then I pin that photo to remember it, and there it sits neglected as more things are pinned above it with the exact same intention…good job Ray.
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Anyways, since I am crazy about planning, list making, and generally mapping out every moment of everyday, week, month, etc. I decided I should make a list to plan what I want to do this season and then pencil those things into the few free spaces in my planners (yes, I have two). Phew. Nothing is more exciting to me than outlining all of my tasks, figuring out when and how I will accomplish everything, and finally crossing out or checking things off of my meticulous lists as they are completed. That being said, it was with great joy that I composed my Fall Bucket List. It combined so many of my favorite things; Pinterest, list making, fall, and photos. I cannot wait to start crossing some of them off! Enjoy.
Fall Bucket List
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go apple picking

 

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make an apple pie

 

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have a bonfire

 

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make apple cider

 

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make lots of hot, pumpkin-flavored drinks
(like this pumpkin white hot chocolate!)

 

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pick a pumpkin

 

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go on a rustic picnic

 

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spend a night unplugged

 

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make a blanket fort

 

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watch it’s the great pumpkin charlie bown
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decorate a pumpkin
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go on a hayride
So, my list is clearly lacking a spooky element, no corn mazes or haunted houses or scary movies here. No, sir. That is because, well quite honestly, I am a a little sissy girl when it comes to that stuff. Even Hocus Pocus is bordering on too scary for me. Sorry! And I am beyond terrified of corn fields too…mazes or not. Secret Window, anyone? No thank-you! They give me the creeps. Add them to your own list, and leave me to the warm fuzzies of fall =)
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What things are on your fall bucket list?
Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day!

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6 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    September 24, 2013 / 7:45 pm

    I made a fall bucketlist on my blog too & you totally reminded me that I forgot to put watch Hocus Pocus!

  2. Anonymous
    September 25, 2013 / 1:59 pm

    -Watch Hocus Pocus
    -Find a cider mill in NC
    -Make an apple pie
    -Experiment with healthy fall desserts
    -Hike through the changing leaves
    -Try local pumpkin beer
    -Decorate a pumpkin or 10 (in the pretty ways on pinterest, not by carving it)

  3. September 27, 2013 / 12:00 am

    I will definitely need to check out your fall bucket list! Hocus Pocus is a must watch for the season =)

    xo,
    Ray

  4. September 27, 2013 / 12:54 am

    I love your list! I hope you are able to find a cider mill in NC. If you make a pie, I definitely want to know how it turns out (and any other adventures in fall baking)! Mmm, pumpkin beer… Can't wait to see how you decorate your pumpkins; pinterest definitely has me feeling inspired to do more than one too 😉

    Thanks for stopping by!

    xo,
    Ray

  5. October 3, 2013 / 12:12 pm

    Wow, I've never heard of a fall bucket list. But your list has a lot of things I'd put on mine-great minds! 😉 I did want to say that I came across your blog & have fallen in love with it! I absolutely love the looks you post! Keep up the good work, lady! The Jewelry Lady
    http://www.thejewelrylady.co

  6. October 10, 2013 / 3:51 pm

    Thanks so much! I first saw the season bucket lists circulating on Pinterest and knew I wanted to make one for fall! Glad you are enjoying the blog =)

    xo,
    Ray

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