Fall Bucket List

Ultimate Fall Bucket List

Fall Bucket List

I don’t know about you but Fall is my favorite time of year. While I love Fall as a whole, Halloween is my favorite part of Fall. There is so much to do in the Fall, I decided to make a Fall Bucket List, so that I didn’t miss out on anything.

A couple of these will be Florida specific, but the majority you can find anywhere.

Living in Florida the summertime can be brutal. With Fall literally right around the corner, I cannot wait for cooler weather. With the cooler weather coming I can’t help but get excited about the fall cooking, festivals, and my favorite Halloween festivities.

Being the Halloween lover that I am, of course these festivities are at the top of my Fall Bucket List. I already have my tickets for both Halloween Horror Nights and Howl-o-scream. Next on my list is putting together an epic Halloween costume. You are never to old for Halloween, if you haven’t scored an invite to a Halloween party, throw your own!

Check out Halloween Horror Nights here https://orlando.halloweenhorrornights.com/site/

Check out Howl-o-scream here https://buschgardens.com/tampa/events/howl-o-scream/

And the baking, you can’t forget the baking! Here are a few of my favorites:

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Bloody cupcakes
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Brownie graveyard
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Peanut butter spider cookies

Okay, last Halloween one I promise. Costumes for your fur babies. It’s a must!

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My baby Echo

Okay, on to all other things Fall. Cook something warm for the cool weather. One of my favorites is beef barley soup.

Beef barley soup with challa bread.

Looking for some inexpensive things to add to your Fall Bucket List? Give these a try.

Fall arts and crafts. Don’t worry it’s for fun, it doesn’t need to be a work of art.

I made this using apples for the leaves.

Campfires and smores. This is inexpensive and a great time.

Go for a hike and enjoy the weather, nature, and just unplug.

Go to a pumpkin patch and pick pumpkins. Then when you get home you can bake the seeds and carve the pumpkins.

Fresh baked pumpkin seeds

We can all benefit from looking at our lives and seeing all that we have to be grateful for. This year for Fall, try a gratitude jar. Write down something that you are grateful for every day and drop it in your gratitude jar.

Make a DIY Fall wreath. I haven’t done this one yet, but it’s on my bucket list.

Find local Fall Festivals and go check them out.

Make candied apples. There are so many choices here, Carmel or chocolate, sprinkles or peanuts, the list goes on and on.

For all of you non Florida people, I truly envy you during the fall season. These are for you.

Jump in a leaf pile.

Collect colored leaves.

Craft with the leaves you collected.

Go apple picking.

Bake a pie, if you don’t like apple try pumpkin or pecan.

Burn fall scented candles.

Try making your own Fall Bucket List using this free printable http://www.fabulouslysingle.life/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Fall-Bucket-List.pdf

Are there Fall Bucket Lists that I missed? Let me know! Comment below.

Until next time…..