Carve out some time this season to check a few items off of your fall family bucket list. This one is mostly free and inexpensive family fun.
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The official first day of fall – or autumn – is around September 21 or so. Once you’ve made it past the beginning of school chaos, it seems like you should get a reward though. Maybe that’s why the stores switch from school supplies to pumpkins and Halloween so quickly.
Whether you’re dreaming of cooler days or budgeting for a few pumpkin spice lattes, there is plenty to enjoy about fall. My fall family bucket list below includes 15 fun ways to celebrate the season.
The holiday season gets busy quick, so schedule in a few lazy days before your calendar fills up. Fall is for slowing down, for savoring the days as they get shorter.
Creating a fall family bucket list
Bucket lists are less about checking a bunch of items off and more about enjoying the parts of the season that might otherwise slip by. They’re about being intentional with your days because, as you know, they go by all too quickly.
Your list might be short or long. Maybe you have a few traditions that I didn’t mention. My favorites on my list are fall festivals and making pumpkin muffins. We don’t take a family photo nearly as often as I’d like. Maybe this year I’ll put that at the top of my list.
Printable bucket list
You can save or pin the bucket list at the top of this post. If you want to create your own custom fall family bucket list, I created a simple printable that you can download and print.
The PDF version prints on 8.5×11-inch computer paper, but you can scale it down to fit an A5 or half-sheet page. The JPEG version is the same size but can open in any app where you can insert images, so you can add it to your digital planner or journal.
Note: The download includes both files. You’ll need to unzip the folder before using them.
You may need to allow popups or give permission to download. See Printables Troubleshooting and FAQ for help. If you want to save this printable for later, please pin an image from this blog post instead of saving the direct link to the PDF.
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