Every September I make a fall bucket list full of apple picking trips and Friendsgiving plans. I almost didn’t make one this year because it’s, well, this year, but there are still a lot of fun fall activities we can do outside and at home and I want to make the most of outside weather while we still can.
FALL BUCKET LIST
Finish decorating our bedroom
Make homemade apple cider
Read a book on our screened porch under a cozy blanket with tea (I need a new book recommendation if you have one!)
Try a new recipe every week
Cut down on my phone screentime
Finish my two big marketing projects and take on one more marketing client for Q4
FALL BUCKET LIST WITH AMALIA
Fly a kite (check!)
Jump in a big pile of leaves together
Bake an apple crisp
Figure out a safe but fun trick-or-treating plan for Halloween
Have a cozy picnic at the beach with sweatshirts and blankets
Take killer Christmas card photos
Take her to the Great Jack-o-Lantern Blaze!
Blazer / Sweater / Shirt / Jeans / Hat / Loafers (all gifted from J.Crew)
Photos by Julia Dags.
“The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living” by Louise Miller is a fun read- it had Stars Hollow/Gilmore Girls vibes. Highly recommend!
Next on my to-read list: The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux by Samantha Verant (I also enjoyed her “Seven Letters from Paris.”)
You must go to The Great Jack-O-Lantern Blaze!! I went last year and omg, it was SO cool! It is also just a beautiful time of year in the Hudson valley so the vistas will be amazing! Also hey girl hey to Fall Julia ahha 🙂
Have you read The Alchemist? I know it’s not new lol but I finished it last night and I LOVED IT, so simple and heart-warming. I also loved Black Matter by Blake Crouch
Oh fall! I love this post. You are making me miss all the things about fall in the states (fall in Berlin is not exactly the same) – especially around New England!
I was wondering if you could do an update post on your eating habits and workout routine. I really admire your take on these things since i think they are so realistic. I am trying to balance out my eating (especially post-COVID) and work towards healthier mindsets, so would really love to hear more about this, if you wouldn’t mind sharing.
🙂 thank you so much and keep up the amazing work. BTW – I can’t stop looking at the apple cider floats. I am trying to veganize them!
also! do you have a link to your bag? it looks perfect for groceries!
I am in love with your outfit! Happy Fall!!