Seasonal Living: Fall Into Fall

Hot drinks, comfort foods, chunky sweaters and boots! Welcome, fall! Today is the first official day of the new season. In Atlanta, we’ve yet to fully transition to fall weather – today’s high is 82° – but I’m going to fall into fall by making my seasonal transition with my home decor and a few activities. I will admit that I jumped the gun and ordered my first pumpkin spice latte on Sept. 2, but can you blame me for not being able to resist the deliciousness.

Seasonal Living: Fall Bucket List

In case you need a little seasonal inspiration, I’ve created a fall bucket list for you all (click to download a .pdf version).

Fall for Fall - Fall Bucket List - The Palmetto Peaches

  1. Pull out your fall home decor
  2. Make or purchase caramel apples
  3. Enjoy a homemade pie
  4. Make S’mores
  5. Shop for fall clothes
  6. Try a new pumpkin recipe
  7. Watch Hocus Pocus
  8. Fall-inspired manicure and pedicure
  9. Get some candy corn
  10. Visit a pumpkin patch (or go apple picking)
  11. Sip on some apple cider (add in some adult libations if you’re 21+)
  12. Craft with pinecones or fall leaves
  13. Get your pumpkin spice latte on
  14. Stomp on a really crunchy leaf




Seasonal Living: Decor

My fall decor has been sitting in the Michael’s bag since I bought them weeks ago and today I’m finally pulling them out. Goodbye summer candles – hello gingered apple caramel and harvest peach fall scents. My fun and bright lemons will be packed away and replaced with these decorative pinecones and acorns that I found at the craft store. Bonus: they have a faint scent of cinnamon.  I applaud all of you who decorate with fresh flowers – I am not that kind of girl. However, I do think flower arrangements are a great addition to any room and I’m replacing my bright white hydrangeas with these sunflowers. Finally, I’m super excited about these cute little sparkly pumpkins I found. 

Seasonal Living: Bye Summer Decor - The Palmetto Peaches Seasonal Living: Fall Decor - The Palmetto Peaches

As the temperature cools, I’ll incorporate seasonal living into the meals I prepare and will come back to share some of my favorite recipes. However, that’s it for now! Enjoy fall, everyone!

P.S. I looked everywhere for a clip of the Rugrats episode where Susie or maybe it was Angelica is singing “Fall is here, fall is here, it’s a wonderful time of year!” Bonus points to anyone who can find it.

What’s on your fall bucket list? Tweet me @palmsinatl or leave a comment.

Donni Siggy--The Palmetto Peaches

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