5 Things To Do This Autumn

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5 Things To Do This Autumn
So you're now officially ready for Autumn after reading my 5 Ways To Get Ready For Autumn. Now it's time to really get in the Autumn spirit and make the most of the Autumnal months. One of my favourite things about Autumn is how festive it feels and all the Autumn activities available. I want to share with you five things to do this Autumn.

1. Pick your own pumpkin. Now this is my number one thing to do this Autumn. I've been wanting to do this for so long but I can't seem to find somewhere around Gloucesterhisre that will let you PYO - it's crazy! If you're lucky enough to have a PYO pumpkin patch near you then do it! How fun would it be to make a day of it, go exploring with your friends/family and find the perfect pumpkins for you.  Get a spot of lunch and take some insta's in the pumpkin patch - this will definitely get you in the Autumn spirit.

2. Cosy up with a film/book and a home made roast. You don't have to go out to feel all the Autumn goodness. One of my favourite things to do in Autumn is to stay in, cosy up with a candle and blanket and watch Harry Potter or get stuck into a good book - a home made roast is the icing on the cake! The great thing about Autumn is, you don't have to feel bad about staying in and not going out in the cold weather. It's perfectly acceptable, if not expected of us to get all snug and warm on the sofa!

3. Bring Autumn into your home. An Autumn Homeware shopping spree is one of my favourite activities of the year. Some people may say I'm sad, but they're wrong. To me nothing's more fun than Autumnal homeware, you can go all out with the fairy lights and cosy blankets and cushions! I love the little pumpkin ornaments and autumnal leaf decorations, don't even get me started on the candles! The annual trip to Homesense for Autumn homeware is a must!

4. Halloween themed day trip. There are so many festive activities you can go and enjoy, especially around halloween. Most tourist attractions will have a 'spooktacular' event going on. Wether it's a family farm, wildlife park or theme park, there are so many fun amazing halloween days you can plan this Autumn. You can pick and carve pumpkins, go on a spooky hay ride, or go on a real life ghost tour. Check out what's on near you this Halloween!

5. Go to your local 'scarfest'. Now this is probably one of my favourite things I look forward to. Simon and I like to go to 'Frightmare' near us with our friends. There are so many halloween festivals like this around the UK, you're bound to have one near you. Basically you pay to get the living day lights scared out of you. Usually with live horror attractions, actors and mazes, it's definitely a night to remember.

What are your plans this Autumn beauties?


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What To Watch This Autumn

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What To Watch This Autumn Panasonic
One of my favourite things to do in Autumn is to cosy up in front of the TV with a candle burning, binge watching amazing TV or getting stuck into my favourite movies. I'm all about creating the perfect atmosphere to enjoy my favourite programmes and films in. So this means burning my favourite Bath & Body Works Autumn Leaves candle, snuggling up with the cosiest blanket and eating my favourite snacks! I've teamed up with Panasonic to celebrate their Ultra HD 4K TV Panasonic, that delivers the ultimate professional cinema display right in the comfort of your own home! Nothing sets the perfect cosy Autumnal atmosphere, quite like watching your favourite films just as the director envisioned them.
I want to share with you what I'll be snuggling up to watch this Autumn.

1. Stranger Things 2. I'm literally bursting with excitement to watch Stranger Things 2. I loved the first season so much I actually rewatched the entire series in one day! I don't want to give away too much if you haven't watched the first season, so I'm just going to give you a sentence from Netflix's description - "When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one strange little girl". Stranger Things had millions of us hooked and left us on a real cliffhanger, this Autumn it's back again eeeeek!

2. Harry Potter. You all know by now I'm a massive Harry Potter fan and around this time of year I love to re watch all of the films. To me these are the ultimate cosy Autumnal films, there's nothing better than snuggling up with a Sunday roast and Harry Potter. I've already watched the first two films this year so I'm on to 'The Prisoner Of Askaban". The attention to detail in the Harry Potter series just blows my mind and makes me feel part of the wizarding world!

3. The Apprentice. Maybe not so spooky or Autumnal, but the Apprentice is back and I'm loving it. I love how every year Alan Sugar puts together a team of some of the strongest, intelligent and business savvy candidates, that actually end up looking like a bunch of clowns a lot of them time. Watching them fight over the chance to be Alan Sugar's next business partner, but messing it up along the way is pure TV gold!

4. Hotel Transylvania. Of course I can't not talk about my favourite family Halloween film. Every year I look forward to watching Hotel Transylvania 1&2 and every year they leave me in stitches. The comedy and imagination that have gone into these films is just genius, it's a real gem for the whole family.

5. Gilmore Girls A Year In The Life. If there's one series that has me feeling all the Autumnal feels it's Gilmore Girls! I mentioned before in a previous post, that I had just started watching Gilmore Girls and I was obsessed! Gilmore Girls is set in the festive town of Stars Hollow and focuses on the Mother/Daughter relationship of Lorelei and Rory Gilmore. I was so not ready for Gilmore Girls to be over, I needed more of the sarcastic comedy and cosy festive feels... introducing Gilmore Girls A Year In The Life. A Year In The Life consists of 4 long episodes several years later. We follow our favourite characters through the four seasons and see how life has turned out for them.

I'd love to know what you'll be watching this Autumn beauties?
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5 Ways To Get Ready For Autumn

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Five Ways To Get Ready For Autumn
I'm one of those people who just can't get enough of Autumn and I'm usually completely itching for Autumn to begin by the start of August! I'm already planning Autumn activities and looking forward to all things Autumn. To me it's the best time of the year and everything involved with Autumn just gives me all the feels! Now we're officially at the start of Autumn I want to share with you five ways to get ready for Autumn and how to make the most of this delicious season! (Have I mentioned I love Autumn!?)

1. Get your Autumn candles out. This is probably one of the best ways to start feeling Autumn ready. How can you not feel ready for Autumn with a Pumpkin Spice Candle burning! Now last year I went completely overboard with the Bath & Body Works Autumn candles and thankfully I still have plenty of Autumnal candles left over. My favourites are Salted Caramel, Leaves and Vanilla Pumpkin Marshmallow. Now this isn't going to stop me buying a ton more probably from Homesense this year! Having those warm spicy scents filling your home will get you feeling oh so Autumnal and cosy.

2. Get your home feeling cosy and Autumnal. One of my favourite things to do this time of year is get my home ready for Autumn. In come the big cosy blankets, warm spicy candles and fairy lights. There is so much Autumn homeware out these days, it's hard not to go overboard. Taking a trip to Homesense/Asda to pick the perfect Autumn bedding and Autumn reef is one of my favourite things to do. In come the little pumpkin ornaments sneaking up to halloween. If this doesn't get you feeling Autumnal - I don't know what will!

3. Sort out your wardrobe and bring in the chunky knits and comfy boots. Now it's time to get you looking and feeling Autumnal. A seasonal shopping trip is on the cards. The weathers getting colder and darker so it's time to embrace those chunky knits and earthy tones. We can get our boots and skinny jeans back out - hooray! Welcome back your favourite cosy scarf and bobble hat! Autumn fashion is so much fun!

4. Get cosy with your favourite books and films. If you're not feeling Autumnal yet then you might need a bit of hand. Around this time of year I start to re watch the Harry Potter series. As you probably already know I'm a massive Harry Potter fan and the films and books give me all the feels! To me there's something so Autumnal and Christmassy about them, they really embrace this season. I love nothing more than having my BBW Leaves candle burning, being snuggled up with a cosy blanket in my little fairy light and pumpkin filled living room and watching Harry Potter or getting stuck into the book! 

5. Eat plenty of roast dinners and perfect the ultimate hot chocolate before Christmas. As the weather gets colder, nothing feels better than eating a home made roast dinner. Having crispy roast potatoes and fluffy yorkshire puddings smothered with gravy back in my life, is one of the best feelings ever! Roast dinner season is officially upon us - isn't it glorious! It's also the perfect time to perfect your Christmas hot chocolate. I like to go all out with the cream and marshmallows and I may even pop in a candy cane if I'm feeling extra Christmassy!


By now you must be feeling ready and raring to go for Autumn! I'd love to know how you get ready for Autumn beauties?


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