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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  1. Oh my god all of this sounds so fun, especially the part about having a roast and getting cosy with a good film or a great book- that's of my fav things to do, always!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

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    1. Mmmmm it's definitely lost season! xx

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  2. I really want to buy some more autumnal homeware, they have some gorgeous things in the shops at the moment!

    The Makeup Directory

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    1. I know, it's time to start thinking about Christmas eee! :) xx

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