10 Reasons Why Fall Is One Of The Best Seasons
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10 Reasons Why Fall Is One Of The Best Seasons

Second to Spring, Fall is the best season and here's why.

10 Reasons Why Fall Is One Of The Best Seasons

Other than Spring, Fall is my most favorite season. The only reason Fall is second to Spring is because my birthday is in the Spring which makes it THE best season of all. Fall is a great season too, and is full of things to do, places to go, and of course, Fall break. These are a few reasons fall is one of the best seasons:

1. You can layer your clothes.

The summer is too hot. The winter is too cold. The Fall is just right to where you can be able to wear layers and take things on or take them off according to your body temperature.

2. Going to the State Fair!

Um, who doesn't love the state fair? Food, rides, music, food, cute pictures with your significant other, food? The State Fair is held in Raleigh, NC every year. The Fair will be held this year from October 13 through October 23.

For more information about the fair, you can go to the website here.

3. Homecoming traditions.

Homecoming games, tailgates, concerts, and parties are all great things that take place during the fall. For example, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has GHOE (Greatest Homecoming On Earth) every year, bringing tons of alumni from near and far for the festivities.

4. The leaves changing.

Yes, the leaves change during each season, but the environment looks much more beautiful during the Fall, especially at UNCG.

5. Fall and Thanksgiving break.

Summer break is super long and sometimes people get bored, but Fall break and Thanksgiving break is just enough for students to have a small breather before final exams. During Fall break you're probably like:

6. Thanksgiving itself.

You know you love going home to your family cooking a feast of good food and being able to sleep in, then bringing to-go plates with you back to school.

7. Fun date ideas!

When it's fall, there are tons of great things to do with your significant other such as going to fall festivals, carving pumpkins, bonfires, and the list goes on. For some date ideas, click here.

8. Halloween.

Yes, I am a college student and I will still get dressed up in a cute costume and go trick-or-treating with my friends. I am unashamed.

9. Shopping for Christmas.

Catch those good sales for Christmas during the fall season, especially on Black Friday.

10. The fashion.

I think I dress better in the fall than in the summer. Outfits for the fall season is so nice with all the different deep colors and scarves and boots.

Fall is an amazing season, and I cannot wait to go to the State Fair, drink my first pumpkin spiced latte, go home for Thanksgiving and go to a haunted house or spooky trail with my boyfriend.

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