Yep. I can smell it in the crisp morning air: Fall. That means it’s time for crunching leaves, snuggies, and pumpkin spice everything.
There are so many activities that can only be done in Fall, it’s difficult to decide what to do first. As I searched through several Google-pages of Fall Bucket Lists, all of them had great ideas! But they were expensive ideas! Like paying to pick apples, spending lots of money on ingredients to make pies (yum). Which I’d love to do, but as a college student with a limited budget, none of those lists were possible or practical for me to complete.
May I present, the affordable fall bucket list!
Please let me know if you have fun with this bucket list. I plan to watch Hocus Pocus (a classic) and It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Something about Charlie Brown just makes the holidays feel more like a holiday. What are some of your favorite fall traditions and films? (They might appear on next year’s bucket list!)
Karianne is the founder of Windmill Ways. She plays the cello professionally and currently works as an Art Director for a charity. Because she loves animated shows and movies, she studies 3D animation and graduated with a BFA with the unfortunate class of 2020. Her dream vacation would be just staying home, but "home" being a glamorous cabin somewhere in the mountains surrounded by forest.
Favorite band: Lord Huron
Favorite book: This Present Darkness
Favorite quote: "Get all the advice and instruction you can, so you will be wise the rest of your life. You can make many plans, but the Lord’s purpose will prevail." Proverbs 19:20-21 (NLT)
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