The Ultimate Fall Bucket List

Bucket lists are not just lists of extravagant things to do before life has managed to pass you by. Bucket lists are not just for the season of summer either, deciding how to fill long days and the coordinates of your next vacation. The list of things to do during fall is quite expansive too.

This year, enjoy fall as much as possible and live the season to its fullest. Partake in your favorite traditions, but also be sure to try new things. Surround yourself with autumn festivities!

Here is the ultimate fall bucket list!

  1. Listen to Autumn in New York by Billie Holiday
  2. Make homemade apple sauce
  3. Collect leaves, press them, and paint pictures on them
  4. Go apple picking
  5. Take a photo of something brown
  6. Read poem Final Autumn by Annie Finch
  7. Visit a pumpkin patch and carve them
  8. Make a homemade wreath
  9. Attend a local ghost tour
  10. Watch a stack of horror films
  11. Cook butternut squash soup for dinner
  12. Make homemade apple butter
  13. Burn fall-scented candles
  14. Write a poem from the perspective of leaves
  15. Purchase new cozy flannels to wear
  16. Take a photo of something orange
  17. Sew a quilted blanket in a fall color scheme
  18. Visit state parks with changing leaves
  19. Make homemade apple cider
  20. Bake a pumpkin pie
  21. Create your own potpourri
  22. Collect acorns, paint them, and hang them
  23. Mix your own bird seed
  24. Build a birdhouse
  25. Read poem Theme in Yellow by Carl Sandburg
  26. Take a photo of something red
  27. Make trail mix with an assortment of nuts
  28. Purchase stationery and write what you’re thankful for
  29. Create a miniature scrapbook of your fall excitement and memories
  30. Take a photo of something yellow
  31. Make pear jelly
  32. Roast a pot of seasonal vegetables

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