It’s sweater weather y’all! In honor of that, we’ve come up with a nifty checklist to help you get all the fun out of fall that you possibly can. Print it out (details below), hang it up, and check it off for some snuggly fall fun.
∆ Whip up a real pumpkin spice latte.
Hold the artificial ingredients, and you’ll be sipping this homemade version in the same time it takes to order one from your local coffee shop.
∆ Host a bonfire soirée.
Complete with s’mores, apple cider, hot chocolate, soups simmering in slow cookers, and a grilled cheese bar with all kinds of cheeses and fillings.
∆ Get lost in a corn maze.
Take the kids (or just your friends) and see how fast you can find your way out without leaving a trail of breadcrumbs.
∆ Watch the colors change.
Revel in the fall foliage by hiking your favorite trail, jumping in the car for a mini road trip, or taking in the leaves by train.
∆ Dip caramel apples.
One bite and you’ll be feeling nostalgic.
∆ Break out the fall fashion.
Once the temperatures dip, it’s finally acceptable to start wearing flannel, boots, and chunky-knit sweaters outside of the house.
∆ Carve pumpkins.
Decorate your front step with snaggle-toothed creations and roast pumpkin seeds all at the same time.
∆ Root for your local team.
Pull on your coziest mittens, head for the bleachers, and support your local high school football team.
∆ Roll up your sleeves.
Is there no limit to what you can make with a simple pallet? Find an old one, and convert it to a festive decoration for your front porch.
∆ Bake the day away.
Make pumpkin chocolate chip muffins with nothing more than a box of butter pecan cake mix, a can of pumpkin, and chocolate chips. Or whip up a pie to take to your sweet neighbor. Bonus: Your house will smell amazing.
∆ Steal away to the mountains.
Surprise your honey or round up a group of friends, rent a cabin in the woods, and spend a weekend soaking up the crisp autumn air.
Here’s a PDF for printing or right click on the image below to save it to your desktop!