It's that time of year again -- the leaves are slowly igniting their burn, the sun setting golden hour deeply into the late afternoons, cinnamon hues swirling from corner cafĂ©s and blanket scarves covering sweatered shoulders. 
It's the season of air as crisp as the sounds of leaves beneath boots and burnt oranges blooming a fiery end to a season of sun.  Candles, books, baggy sweaters and thick knit socks -- it's always the best chapter of the calendar year.

This year I want to capture it like liquid gold and bottle it up for comfort when the winter months linger round -- and the only way to do that my friends, is another god damn bucket list. 

Here's mine - 


1. Make an at home PSL 
2. Have impromptu fall photo-shoot's 
2. Get lost as hell in a corn maze 
4. Go apple picking 
5. Bake autumn favourites -- bonus points for using above said apples -- while watching Disney Halloween Classics (Halloweentowns, Twitches, Halloween Episodes of Lizzie McGuire, Even Stevens, The Proud Family )
6. Go to a haunted theme park or haunted house 
7. Round up a game of backyard football 
8. Go on a fall foliage nature hike 
9. Make vegan s'mores and drink hot cider by a bonfire 
10. Carve pumpkins! -- I try and beat the epic-ness level of my pumpkins from following years 
11. Go for a fall drive through the country with the windows (or jeep roof) down, listening to a fall playlist.  (Yes, I made a fall playlist... are you even surprised? // YOUTOBER PLAYLIST
12. Host a Friendsgiving/Potluck or Halloween Party 
13. Decorate the front porch/step with fall festivities 
14. Have a scary movie night 
15. Read, do yoga, havea fall picnic in a park full of bright orange and red trees

BONUS // k, so above is a lot... but in case we're on our a-game and need more ideas... 
16. Sit and read in a new cafe 
17. Build a fort + have a halloween movie night  
18. Check out haunted places in the city 
19. Have a technology detox day//live like you're a kid for a day 
20. Read a scary book/novel 

Happy Haunting, 

- k