Today I wanted to review my Autumn 2022 bucket list and give an update on my progress.
I really enjoyed creating a seasonal bucket list. I think this will have to start being a routine! It was such a great way to create plans, explore new activities, try new things and create memories with my husband. I loved it 😍
Fall does not officially end till we are closer to the middle of December but mentally for me Autumn is over before December.
I also tried to create a blog post for each item on my list and I was successful with staying on track with that goal. I will link each post below.
I ended up editing my bucket list because I decided to add and also remove some items. There are also some items I am just not getting to because I decided I don’t wanna do them haha.
Go apple picking. This was probably the activity that I enjoyed the most. It was my first time apple picking and I even baked a cake!
Go for a Autumn hike. I still want to do this one and plan to soon.
Bake pumpkin bread. I decided to delete this from my list. I have already done some baking and consuming a lot of sweet. So I am okay with not doing this, plus I know my husband won’t eat it and I don’t wanna eat a whole loaf 🙃
Cook homemade chili. We cooked a delicious and easy recipe. It was very tasty and allowed us to have a ton of leftovers.
Go through a cornmaze. I decided to cross this of day bucket list and switched it out with a upick flower farm that I had been wanting to visit. It was worth the switch!
Weekend mountain getaway. This was the first item I got to cross off the list and the start of the season! It is always so beautiful up in the mountains.
Visit a farmers market. This is just something I haven’t gotten to. I am not sure there are many going on still in my area. Just hasn’t been a priority so I crossed it off.
Movie marathon. There was plenty of this going on this Fall. We watched so many Halloween themes movies.
Donate to a food bank. I plan to do this soon. I started collecting and storing food supplies. Once I get a box full I will drop them off to a local food bank.
Homemade PSL. I recently shared a super simple delicious recipe that you can customize. This is my new go to pumpkin spice treat.
How has you Autumm been? What fun seasonal activities have you been doing?