Fall is here and so are the different seasonal activities! Obviously, it is significantly cooler outside, and swimming at the lake and getting ice cream aren't in the cards right now. So, what can you do? Well, I'm here to tell you!
According to www.realsimple.com, there are dozens of things to do when the leaves start to fall, and the weather gets chillier. For starters, there are a variety of "picking" activities to do, ranging from apple picking and making cider, or pumpkin picking and carving jack-o-lanterns! Both of which are relatively easy, cheap and fun activities for families of all shapes and sizes to participate in.
If you're outdoorsy and enjoy being outside, then grab a search engine, and lo
ok up the closest places to take a hike or long walk. Now that the sun isn't blazing at a hundred degrees, walks and simply being outside can be way more enjoyable because you're not going to feel like you're melting in your skin. Hiking when the air is crispy and the leaves are bright is a two for one special, allowing you to exercise, which is a major plus (especially before Thanksgiving rolls around), and you get to look at great scenery and enjoy the beautiful changing of the seasons!
Being outside not really your thing? Well, how about you get all cozied up instead! Grab a good book, pull on your fuzzy socks and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of reading. Make some hot chocolate, get a pumpkin spice latte, make some cookies or a homemade pie of your choosing, the possibilities are endless!
Never be afraid to explore new seasonal activities that get you out of your comfort zone. It's good to explore, and more importantly, it's important to have fun with family and friends. Regardless of how you decide to spend your time, always be sure to have fun-loving friends, family members, and significant others there with you to share in the memory making and pie baking!
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