We can probably agree that fall is the coziest season of all! We've compiled together the “ultimate fall bucket list” for you to enjoy this autumn season, while still complying with provincial regulations and recommendations for safety and wellbeing.
Watch the leaves change colours.
Fall can be a truly magical time if you stop to take time to admire all the beauty it brings. If you're looking for a mindfulness activity, then watching nature changes colour is the answer.
Bake a pie
How about some more pumpkin action! After you carved your pumpkin, use the puree to make a delicious pie! It doesn't have to be a pumpkin pie, if you're not a fan of pumpkins. Treat yourself to a pie of your choice, such as strawberry rhubarb or apple.
Go thrift-shopping for fall decorations
It’s the perfect time to bring warmth to your space with simple décor hacks. Here are some suggestions: add more artwork to your walls; look for candles; get some plants or dried flowers; or consider getting a rug. You can also declutter and clean as much as you can to make space for upcoming holiday decorations.
Have a fall-cook out. Why not try a fun and rewarding activity you can do. Gather all your favourite recipes and get cooking in the kitchen and enjoy a nice home cooked meal.
Wear a fall sweater
Wearing a cozy sweater will make you “fall in love” with the fall season. Stay warm and cozy for the cooler weather by wearing a comfortable fall sweater.
Do a random act of kindness
This year has not been an easy year for many people. Your kindness goes a long way, whether it is giving someone an unexpected compliment or letting someone cut in front of you in line. This act of kindness could also include leaving a positive comment on blog post or news story.
Make your own latte
If you're leaning towards trying something new, this could be a great new skill to learn and impress your family and friends! After all, it is latte season!
Go on a hike
When it’s not raining, the cool, crisp air allows for the perfect weather for a hike or brisk walk outside. Even if you’re not into hiking, there are some easy walking trails you may like to try: Lighthouse Park, Deer Lake, or Deep Cove to name a few!
We hope that you’re able to safely enjoy this fall season with some of these options, or maybe you’ve already come up with a few of your own. Ready, set, bucket list!