Autumn Bucket List [2017]


I love putting together bucket lists, and in all honesty, they either live in my bullet journal or my sketchbook. I find it strangely therapeutic to write a list down on paper - I usually end up with some cute little illustrations too but it is just nice to be able to look back at it. Autumn is definitely my favourite time of the year, I feel more relaxed, and love nothing more than the sound of crunching leaves beneath your shoes. It also rains lots more at night time which is a complete winner for me, as it eases my anxiety and insomnia meaning I strangely sleep better. 



I did put together a summer bucket list, and I found that we managed to do so much more as a family. Stuff I would have completely forgotten to do if I didn't have our bucket list to refer to. So, I decided I would definitely put together another one and share it with you. Hopefully giving you some inspiration to put together your own bucket list!


Bake a Halloween bake
Trick or Treat with Emily - this will be her first year!
Visit a pumpkin patch
Carve a pumpkin
Bake a crumble or a pie
Go on a nature walk and kick leaves
Autumn playdough (we have made this for the past two years, Emily loves it)
Splash in puddles
Apple picking
Have a family movie night with lots of snacks
Take Emily to a fireworks display
Create a firework painting or craft
Watch a Halloween film with popcorn
Make hot chocolate with marshmallows
Create a college and collect coloured leaves
Make Emily's Halloween basket

6 comments

  1. Ahh what a lovely bucket list! I love the hot chocolate and marshmallow idea, I have ticked that one off ten times over!

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  2. Such a lovely bucket list for this time of year - mixture of making things, watching them and eating them! Just right :)

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  3. What a great list. My kids love making bucket lists for Summer but we had not thought of making an Autumn one :)

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  4. What a lovely idea! I'm a summer person and I'm always a bit disappointed when autumn arrives - but a bucket list of things to do is a much more positive way to look at it!

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  5. Great list this! I've sadly NEVER carved a pumpkin before so really need to resolve that!

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  6. Great list. I love the idea of apple picking and a family movie night with lots of snacks.

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