Colorful, flavorful, alive, inspiring and sweet – simply put, the fall season can be a such rich inspiration for loving life and nature.
I wake up to different colors every day as the tree in front of my house changes colors. I can’t help it to observe the ardent red and the pale yellow…and it takes me back to my childhood when I was collecting leaves and stacking them in between the pages of my favorite book.
I recently made a list of some of the things I would like to do this season … and I decided to share it, hoping to inspire/give you ideas:
- Make piles of leaves and jump into them with my son.
- Enjoy the sweet taste and flavor of seasonal fruits and vegetables: whether it’s the succulent raisins, the spicy aroma of pumpkin, cinnamon or apples…
- As the night falls earlier, lite a candle on the dinner table.
- Take a walk in the park and walk on leaves, while listening and being aware of the symphony of the fall.
- Watch at least one coppery sunset.
- Spot and show my son the migrating birds.
- Go for a run in the crisp weather.
- Make some crafts (decorating leaves, drawing, painting, etc)
- Sip on a cup of tea and watch The Intern (I’ve gotten so many good recommendations for it)
- Read stories to my son when it’s raining outside.
Let’s exchange if you have other ideas/suggestions of things to do this fall… after all, we could inspire each other…:) Happy fall everybody!