Crunch Through the Leaves
Take advantage of all those pretty leaves and enjoy them while they're still around! If you'd like, make it a mindful activity by really paying attention to the noises and the feeling of the leaves underneath your shoes, as well as the crisp fall smells. If you're feeling adventures, rake them into a pile and go leaf jumping!
Buy Your Favourite Halloween Candy
If seeing your favourite Halloween candy in store excites you, embrace it and buy yourself a little treat. Enjoy it before Halloween (we won't tell!), or embrace the after-Halloween sales and create your own Trick-or-Treat stash for November.
Do a Fall Craft
Take advantage of the extra time you're spending indoors by embracing your creative side. Pick up a cozy project you've been waiting to do, like knitting a scarf or quilting a blanket. Try one of these DIY Fall-Themed projects . Or, bring the outdoors in by heading out for a walk and collecting some pinecones to make this pinecone framed flower display or collect leaves to make a clay leaf dish.
Watch Your Favourite Seasonal Movie
Curl up on the couch or snuggle down in bed and watch your favourite seasonal movie, or check out a new flick. Turn on a movie set in autumn like When Harry Met Sally or Garden State to enjoy the autumn scenes. If you're into something a little more festive but not scary, check out Halloweentown or Hocus Pocus.
Add Fall Decor to Spaces You Spend the Most Time
A little seasonal decor is a great way to add a little pick-me-up to your space. Make sure that you add these little touches to spaces that you spend the most time in - even if you're lounging on the couch or in bed, you can still enjoy a little seasonal decor. It doesn't have to be expensive or lavish - use what you already have, check out the dollar store for fake pumpkins and faux leaves, or bring in some flowers from the garden or collect a few pinecones to stick in a vase.
Cozy Up With Your Favourite Book and Re-Read It
When you're searching for comfort, curling up with a well-loved book fits the bill. If you don't have the energy to take on a novel, grab a magazine you love (bonus points if it's a fall edition!) or even check out your favourite Halloween story from when you were a kid from the library.