Blogtober Day 14: Seven Things You Must Do Outside During Autumn


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Hey Lovelies, 

Heading outside during the fall can share with you all a truly beautiful place. I struggle with the cold due to my anorexia, but it doesn’t stop me from going outside and seeing the fallen leaves, conkers and wild animals that are out.

Going outside also allows you to do some amazing activities and often they fit into what is happening around the year. Right now, I am so eager to get me to a pumpkin patch to find the ultimate one. With my brother and nephew due to visit soon, I think this is going to be something we may have to do, but there are also lots more that I have planned for us to enjoy.

Here are a few ideas of things to do during the autumn outside that will leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside...

Attend a Local Halloween Event: Get your best costume, prepare for apple bobbing and enjoy a local Halloween event this autumn lovelies. Museums, local halls and councils and even supermarkets will be celebrating, so take a look online or in your area to find out what is going on.

Go Conker Picking: When I was at school, we used to sing this song about conkers in assembly and it was my favourite tune of them all. I still pick up conkers when I see them on the ground and love to have them around the house. Head out and grab a few and I am sure you will be transported back to your childhood. Just be careful if you decide to have a conker competition!

Attend a Local Fireworks Display: Remember, remember the 5th of November! Or any day in which your local area may be hosting their fireworks display and head to it, there is nothing better than seeing those colourful sparks fly.

Go Pumpkin Picking: I don’t think there is anything more perfect during autumn than pumpkin picking. Use the one you find to cook up a lovely treat or decorate it for the scary season. You can even keep it as it is and embrace its beauty for all it is.

Head to a Harvest Festival: Recently the village I live in announced they are hosting a Harvest Festival and lunch. The event will also see a baking competition and vegetable judgement. I didn’t know we did this where I live and I am so excited by it. Take a look to see if your local area is hosting something like this lovelies and see how you can get involved.

Fly a Kite: When I was little I flew a kite with my friend and her dad during autumn months and still now it makes me feel all warm inside thinking about it. No matter how old you are, this is one of the best ways to enjoy your local park.

Make S’mores and Have A Bonfire: If Fireworks night still seems a little bit too far away, why not host a bonfire night in your garden? Grab some marshmallows, crackers and chocolate to make your own s’mores too and have a cosy night stargazing in the comfort of your own home. You can also make s’mores if you have a log fire, just be careful!

Autumn brings so much joy and activities, it is all about searching and finding the right one for you lovelies. I hope that this post has helped or inspired you and let me know if you head to one of these or do one. I’m going to have to get to a pumpkin patch ASAP aha!

Joey X

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