15 Day Easy Fall Aesthetic Challenge

15 Day Easy Fall Aesthetic Challenge

 

Looking to get your fall on?!

I’m compiling some of the best things to do in the fall that you can do either alone or in groups. Fall is my favorite season and I wish I could live in an area where it’s fall all the time.

It’s almost time for the weather to cool down and Dunkin Donut and Starbucks have officially made it pumpkin spice latte season, so why not get your fall on with this fall aesthetic challenge!

 


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Day 1: Wear Flannel

It’s not fall if you’re not cozied up in a nice, baggy flannel shirt! I’m a big fan of making sure my flannels are soft and maybe a bit worn, so I like to go to thrift stores and get some already loved flannels.

Day 2: Order a Pumpkin Spice Drink

Can’t be fall without pumpkin spice! Go to your local café and order something pumpkin spice. It could be a latte, a Frappuccino, a scone, whatever it is that floats your boat.

Day 3: Gulp Some Cider

Not to leave those who don’t like PSLs out, it’s time for a cider drink! Preferably one that’s warm with some caramel or cinnamon in it, but the alcoholic beverage can count too!

 

 

Day 4: Go for a Hike

If not a hike, go for a walk where there are a lot of trees. Go to your local park so you can marvel in the colors the trees are changing and feel the cool, crisp air.

Day 5: Go Apple Picking

I’ve never done this but desperately want to! However, I’m allergic to the apple peels so I’d have to make a pie or crumble out of them, which is also a fantastic idea.

 

 

Day 6: Bake a Pie

All those apples you just picked? Great for apple pie!

Day 7: Go Pumpkin Picking

Another thing I haven’t done, but this time I’m not as thrilled about it. I have no room for pumpkins, but if you do, and like pumpkin pie, you can pick some for either jack-o-lantern reasons or pie reasons.

 

 

Day 8: Light a Fall Candle

Head over to your local Marshall’s or TJ Maxx and grab some candles or wax warmers or room sprays or whatever you use for scents in your home.

Day 9: Decorate Your Front Door

Everyone has a door of some kind, so find a wreath, make a wreath, have a wreath making party, whatever! Get something fall-wise on your door.

 

 

Day 10: Snuggle Up With a Blanket

I highly recommend a weighted blanket to snuggle up with. They’re fantastic. Expensive, but worth the investment.

Day 11: Write What You’re Thankful For

It’s that time of year! Write down what you’re thankful for this year, this month, this week, or even just today!

Day 12: Wear an Oversized Sweater

Nothing quite like being a bum around the house in an oversized sweater. They’re cozy and comfy and perfect for fall.

 

 

Day 13: Donate Some Things

We’re in the season of giving, so find some things that you don’t use anymore and bring them to be donated so they can find a new home.

Day 14: Go to a Fall Festival

Hopefully we’ll be able to go to fall festivals by the time it comes around. I hope, with masks, we’ll be able to experience the best that fall can offer.

Day 15: Make a Soup

Soup is a great fall and winter staple. Find a new recipe or an old favorite and fire up the stove or crock pot!

 

 

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