13 ways to celebrate fall

Embrace your love for fall with these fun activities!

Embrace your love for fall with these fun activities!

Summer vacation might be over, but that just means fall is right around the corner! It’s time to enjoy cozy weather, festive decorations and pumpkin-spice everything. Are you ready to celebrate? Here are 13 ways to show your love for the season:

1. Decorate your bedroom
Gather all of the embellished leaves, pumpkins and Halloween-oriented trinkets you can find and decorate your room! Don’t forget about the fall-scented candles, too.

2. Cozy up your wardrobe
It’s time to retire the tank tops and high-waisted shorts for oversized knit sweaters and cozy leggings. And don’t be afraid to use vibrant colors, advised Glamour magazine. There’s nothing wrong with making a bold statement about your love for fall.

3. Change up your hair color
Pumpkin spice hair, anyone? That’s right, Cosmopolitan magazine said red hues with copper undertones and gingersnap shades are so in for fall. Schedule an appointment with your colorist!

4. Check out the local fall festival
Do some research and find a fall festival near you. Search for one with an orchard so you can go apple picking, enjoy fresh cider and eat scrumptious fall desserts all in the same place.

5. Have a scary movie marathon
Halloween will be here before you know it. Watch a scary movie every day up until the spooky holiday.

6. Grab a pumpkin spice latte
What’s fall without a sip of your favorite seasonal latte? Hit up the local coffee shop and satisfy your pumpkin spice craving.

7. Make a warm squash soup
Volunteer to cook dinner for your family and use this Butternut Squash Soup recipe from Food Network.

8. Go on a camping trip
Get your closest friends together and plan a camping trip. Just make sure you have time to go on a hike and enjoy the fall foliage!

9. Make DIY fall wreaths
Get festive and make a fall wreath for your parents to hang on the front door. Here are a few fun and simple suggestions from Good Housekeeping magazine.

10. Pick out your pumpkin
You’ll need pumpkins to carve jack-o-lanterns with your friends before Halloween, so head to the patch and pick them up! They can sit in your bedroom as decorations until you’re ready to carve.

Once you do get around to slicing your pumpkin, make sure you save and roast the seeds – they make a healthy and delicious snack.

11. Play in the leaves
You know your mom is going to make you rake the fallen leaves, so take advantage of the opportunity to jump in the piles!

12. Bake a pumpkin pie
Practice your baking technique before Thanksgiving by perfecting your pumpkin pie. Consider these tips from The Huffington Post on how to make an unforgettable dessert.

13. Throw a bonfire party
The colder weather is going to roll in before you know it, so take advantage of the crisp, fall air and have a bonfire.

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