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Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Autumn To-Do List

While Christmas is my favourite time of the year Autumn has to be my favourite season, I love how beautiful everywhere looks when the ground is covered in multi-coloured leaves. While in Summer nearly all plans are set around being outdoors, the colder weather brings the chance to stay inside and cozy up in pyjamas and blankets with really good hot chocolate. I also find I bake more around this time of year, some things as trial runs for Christmas hampers and others just for us all to enjoy with a good film. And now we are officially in Autumn, these are some little things I am planning to do this season.

1. Find and start burning the perfect Autumn candle.

2. Make apple cider.

3. Visit a pumpkin patch and pick some ready for Halloween.

4. Have a major clean up & clear up of my wardrobe.

5. Make some sort of apple pie.

6. Try a Pumpkin Spiced Latte from Starbucks, I know...I must be the only person who hasn't already.

7. Find the perfect red wine coloured beanie.

8. Try to make French Onion Soup, with cheese croutons of course.

What are you looking forward to doing this season?


  1. you must try the pumpkin spice latte! i never tried it till i heard about it in recent years too haha but still think it's super special because i can't get it in hong kong. so when i'm in the US during fall i jump at it :D

    rachel x

    1. Aw that does make it more special! There is only one thing that puts me off! The smell of actual pumpkin when you carve it...I really don't like that smell lol. For some reason I have convinced myself that's how its going to taste, which I assume isn't true lol.


  2. Love your list! Makes me more excited that it's Autumn! omg I haven't tried the ever-so-popular Pumpkin Spice Latte either! lol

    1. We must be the only two people left in the world who haven't had one lol! I think we both need to try it this year Traci, it can be a mission for Autumn lol.



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