10 Things to do in the Fall

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S H O P  U G G  B O O T S

As if you haven’t noticed, with all the themed posts lately, fall is my absolute favorite time of year. It has always been my favorite season, but now that we’re in the PNW, I’m not sure if anything else compares. Between the cooler temps, chunky sweaters, boots, scarves, football, and beautiful foliage, you can say I’m in my happy place. There’s just something about October that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. The temps cool down, kids go back to school, and you can feel the holidays are right around the corner. It’s just such a good feeling. Since I’ve been all about fall lately, I thought I’d share some of fun things to do during this time of year. I happen to love walking through the neighborhood with a hot coffee in hand, checking out all the Halloween decor, and seeing how the trees have changed colors. It’s that special time when it’s cool enough to bundle up, but not cold enough where you’re freezing.

I recently had the opportunity to team up with UGG to promote their latest fall collection. As mentioned here, I’ve been in the market for weather and terrain appropriate shoes and boots since moving to Oregon. The Chyler is actually perfect for anyone in the PNW. It’s made from water-resistant leather, but the shearling detail make them incredibly warm. The collar can be uncuffed to worn tall as well. Could these be anymore perfect for my walks with the pups? If you’re in the market for a fall/winter boot that can handle the cold and rain, these are great.

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  • Go to a pumpkin patch.
  • Go apple picking.
  • Decorate your porch.
  • Get lost in a corn maze.
  • Toast pumpkin seeds.
  • Grab a cup of coffee and walk or drive around the neighborhood to check out the fall foliage.
  • Tailgate with friends.
  • Make a big pot of soup.
  • Master your pumpkin or apple pie recipe.
  • Cozy up on the couch with hot coco, a fire, and your favorite movie.

What are your favorite things to do in the fall?

Created in collaboration with UGG