The Complete Guide To Fall Fun!

fall fun

Fall is probably my favourite season, you can see the changing colours of the leaves and the crisp air in the mornings when you walk your dog.

Gone are the hot, lazy summer days of going to the beach or lying around the pool! The first day of fall lets you know that it’s time to change over your closet, getting out those long sleeved tops and jeans.

It’s also great weather to sit outside in comfortably, I like to relax outside with a book or my knitting, grabbing a blanket if it gets chilly.

autumn reading

My husband and I like to take long walks with Jason (our dog) in late September/October through the park in Corfu Town or in Mon Repos Palace.

That time of the year is just perfect for spending lots of time outside, better than the extremely hot months in the summer.

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Fall activities for adults

Fall is in my opinion by far the best time of the year.

The weather is ideal, Christmas is just around the corner, and there are endless ways to celebrate the season without breaking the bank.

Save some of your hard earned cash and enjoy the beauty of Autumn with these free or super cheap activities >

1. Decorate A Pumpkin

Why not decorate a pumpkin and make it pretty instead of carving it!

I would love to do this with gold pens and black paint, even spray painting polka dots or writing messages in fancy script.

You can use them to create Autumn centrepieces or arrange to make fall outdoor decorations.

There are some amazing ideas for gorgeous pumpkin decor from one of my favourite magazines Good Housekeeping.

I also found ideas on Pinterest, with pretty pumpkins, painted in white and various shades of grey.

decorate a pumpkin

2. Take A Bike Ride Or Autumn Walk

Taking some time out at the weekend to go for a bike ride or a walk in the crisp Autumn air will help you to relax and enjoy the beautiful landscape at this time of the year.

I love the changing colours of the leaves and hearing them crunch when you walk over them.

That’s one thing I really miss about living in England, the great places to go for Autumn walks.

Especially in Northumberland, where the National Trust has so many places you can go to enjoy the season.

autumn walk

3. Bake Something

I really love to bake at this time of the year – apple pies, cookies and other sweet treats!

I need the recipe books though or some help from my most favourite greek chef – Akis Petretzikis. His wonderful website allows you to save your recipes for later and he adds new ones regularly.

I can spend a long time looking through the recipes on Pinterest and from magazines like Sweet Paul.

With wonderful photography and mouth-watering recipes, this magazine is a must read! (They also have a make it section!)

apple pie

4. Decorate Your Home For Fall

If you go on an Autumn walk, collect pine cones and other cool forest finds that you can turn into striking fall decor.

You can make pine cone garlands, fall wreaths and fall table centrepieces. If you love crafts, there are many ideas out there that will give you fall decorating ideas.

I found some excellent ideas from Country Living Magazine. There are also many pretty ideas from Southern Living Magazine.

I like to get my home ready by adding rugs, comfy throws and pillows. We also like to start getting the wood burner ready and adding fall scented candles to the living room.

I love the Yankee candles and my favourite fall scents are Apple Pumpkin, Harvest, Crisp Morning Air and Autumn Leaves. They just smell so good!

fall home decor

5. Read A Novel

Now that I have more time to be indoors, I plan on reading more. I have just downloaded some new books for my Kindle (what would I do without that little guy!) including;

The Divergent Series by Veronica Roth, Me Before You by JoJo Moyes, The Vampire Academy Collection by Richelle Mead, Losing Traction by Amo Jones and Elizabeth Is Missing by Emma Healey.

It’s a bit of a diverse collection but I really like the fantasy fiction as well as all sorts of other stuff.

I’m still reading the first Outlander book at the moment, by Diana Gabaldon. So I’m grabbing a tea, my Kindle and a fluffy blanket to get cosy on the sofa and read….!


6. Knit Something Cozy

This is the perfect time of year to get knitting!

Find a new project and make something cosy to wear, there are so many free patterns out there, you will be spoilt for choice!

Try knitting some cosy socks, that will keep you warm all through the cold months.

I love knitting socks, it’s so relaxing, mainly because you don’t have to think too much until you get to the shaping for the heel!


7. Go On A Picnic

This is the best time to eat outside, it’s not too hot, the bugs are leaving and you can enjoy the changing scenery.

Pack up a tasty picnic and take your friends and family somewhere beautiful for a relaxing afternoon.

For Autumn picnic recipes to try, check out the top ten picks from Jamie Oliver and make something delicious! Well, something better than a ham sandwich and chips!

autumn picnic

8. Make Caramel Apples

I used to love eating caramel apples when I was a kid, well the outside mainly and then throwing it away when you started to get more bites of the apple!

There are so many impressive looking recipes for caramel apples on Pinterest, from glittering candy to black, finished with ribbon bows.

Here is a great recipe for caramel apples from Martha Stewart – do these look yummy or what?!

caramel apples

9. Enjoy A Bonfire

Autumn is a great time of year to have a bonfire, burning wood from your garden tidy up and inviting friends over for a ‘bonfire party’.

Eating comfort food like chilli or hot dogs and drinking apple cider and relaxing will make a fun evening for all!

For amazing photos and ideas on how to host the best fall bonfire party, take a look at this blog post from Brit+Co.

bonfire night

10. Wear Your Favourite Sweater

I love switching my wardrobe around at this time of the year, packing away my summer clothes and getting out my long-sleeved shirts and sweaters.

Make yourself a huge oversized chunky knit with a free knitting pattern and enjoy blanket style all through the season!

I love to wear a huge sweater and just feel like I am cocooned in this warm envelope of yarn!

Worn over leggings, with boots and wearing a slouchy beanie, this is my go-to outfit for fall/winter.

complete guide to fall fun

Whatever you are going to do for fun this Autumn, I hope you stay cosy and feel happy!

Do you have any Autumn plans to share? xoxo

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1 Comment

  1. Charlotte Campbell
    October 20, 2016 / 9:22 pm

    Autumn walks are great….looking for conkers, admiring the change in colour in the leaves….its fab 🙂 Not forgetting Halloween and Bonfire night to look forward to 🙂

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