To Do: Create An Autumn Bucket List

Here on the east coast, the bright, crisp days of autumn have finally, officially, arrived. Some may be sad to say goodbye to summer, but between you and me, this is the time of year I look forward to the most. The trees are adorned with their fall colors and the air is the perfect temperature for outdoor adventures.

But, much like summer, this gorgeous time of year seems to fade all too quickly and before you know it our minds have shifted once again in anticipation of what’s next. It’s almost overwhelming, how much I want to see, make, and do, during these next couple of months, especially now that I’m in a new city that’s just begging to be explored.

To make sure I check everything off my list, I’m committing it to paper. Writing it all down and ticking it off as I go, and you should too. Think of everything you’re hoping to accomplish this season, everyone you hope to spend time with, jot it down and keep it where you’ll see it every day.

To help get you started, I’m sharing a few of my seasonal goals with you today, but I’d love to know what’s topping your to-do list this season, too! Be sure to share in the comments.

Fall Bucket List

Fall Bucket List

Fall Bucket List

Fall Bucket List

Comments

  1. Autumn really is my favourite season! It was funny to notice that most things on your list are the same ones as I’ve planned ^^ And how lovely mountains!

  2. It was so cool to see Cathedral Ledge on Free People! I grew up there and as I was reading your post about appreciating nature I reminded myself that my commute to work takes me through Franconia Notch is a currently ablaze with autumnal colors, morning mists and magical energy.

  3. Beautiful photography and definitely a great idea to make a list. I find that when seasons end, I come to the realization that I didn’t get to do everything I had wanted to! This is the perfect way to remind yourself daily.

    xoxo Sara
    http://www.restlessnomads.com

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