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Today marks the first official day of fall!In honor of our favorite season we created our ultimate fall bucket list 2021.
Our summer bucket list was so popular a few months ago. I think a lot of us get stuck in a rut of our daily grind, that we forget to have a bit of fun. We thought that we would create the ultimate fall bucket list 2021 to give us some creative ideas and goals. We even made a super-cute printable!
Aren’t these great ideas? You can get all of your family and friends involved too! Add your own suggestions.
Why do you love fall so much?
I was recently asked “Why do you love fall so much”? The honest truth is, I never experienced a true fall season until I was an adult. I grew up in Miami, Florida. You can only imagine what fall and wintertime felt like for me. Heat and humidity were an everyday experience. Leaves never changed color, the air never turned crisp, there were no fireplaces being lit and this list could go on and on.
When Jenn was eight-years-old, Honey Bee earned a work promotion and we moved to Greensboro, North Carolina. It was the first time in my life that I saw fall color on trees. Also, the air was crisp and the temperature was just 58 degrees. Yes, I remember that day clearly. Our home was a 1930’s bungalow, and I was in love! There were so many “firsts” for all of us to experience.
- Living in a new state
- Experiencing all 4 seasons
- Living in a vintage home
- Knowing our neighbors
- Living so close to the mountains
- So much more
Isn’t that a cute cottage? This cutie had hardwood floors, an oversized wood-burning fireplace, wavy glass cupboards in the kitchen and so many other vintage features.
Ever since I experienced a true fall season, I don’t want to miss a thing. This is why years ago I started creating seasonal bucket lists. With the buzy-ness of life, it’s so easy to let time slip by. Having a bucket list is also a great reminder to slow down and have fun.
Enjoy our free fall bucket list. Print it out and add it to a frame. Use an erasable marker to check off your progress. You can even place this on the refrigerator so that your whole family can get excited about all of the fun fall plans!