I hope everyone had a great October! It’s getting quite wintery out, but I enjoyed fall while it lasted. Here’s my October in photos 🙂
The season of spook is upon us. I’ve always been a huge Tim Burton and Halloween fan, I grew up as an emo kid so all black everything is in my blood. I’ so excited for fall, but I dread the colder weather. Check out all the stuff I plan to do this fall!
1. Go apple picking
2. Go pumpkin picking
3. Learn something new
4. Knit a sweater for my dog
5. Make macrame wall hangings
6. Reach 650 Facebook likes
7. Reach 7,100 Instagram followers
8. Reach 1,350 Twitter followers
9. Make more time for the gym
10. Introduce a habit that will help with stress
11. Watch a bunch of halloween movies
12. Change my hair
13. Go to a concert
14. Go out of the country
15. Go out of the state 3 times
16. Read 3 books
What are you excited for this fall?
Fall is hereeeee! And as much as I love summer, I have a special place in my heart for fall. I love Tim Burton movies and Halloween and flannels and beanies. There is just something so cozy about fall. Here is my plan for the next couple of months, I’m not going to stress too hard about it, but most of my seasonal bucket lists have had 3-4 unchecked items and I’m looking to change that. What’s one thing you want to do this fall?
- Go apple picking
- Make apple sauce
- Go pumpkin picking
- Visit 3 out of state locations
- Go hiking in 2 new places
- Host a game night
- 6,500 Instagram followers
- 2,000 WordPress followers
- Go to 2 concerts
- Downsize the amount of stuff I have
- Go to Longwood Gardens
- Read the Vampire Academy series
- Finish a knitting project
- Get back into shape
It may sound weird to you, but Halloween has always been my favorite holiday. Here’s why:
1.You can be whatever you want
It’s the one day a year you can dress up as someone else, forget about who you are for a while, and not be judged for it.
2. It’s a holiday for all ages
When Christmas comes around, I don’t have butterflies in my stomach anymore while waiting for Santa. I may not be Trick or Treating anymore, but I’m still dressing up for Halloween!
3. There are countless fun fall activities leading up to Halloween.
Pumpkin picking, pumpkin carving, apple picking, jumping in piles of leaves, etc. So. much. fun.
4. It’s a kick off to the best holidays of the year!
First you’re celebrating Halloween, and then Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years are around the corner.
5. Halloween movies are the best movies.
13 Nights of Halloween > 25 Days of Christmas.
6. Halloween has a different vibe than any other holiday.
It’s scary! There’s no forced family time and the pressure to be filled with the heartwarming holiday spirit. It’s goofy, odd, and enjoyable – no pressure.