20 Reasons To Look Forward To Fall!
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I know it is still summer but I can't help but think about the fun fall weather coming up! I get so excited. Here are 20 awesome reasons why you should look forward to fall and put away the swim suits!

1. The leaves are BEAUTIFUL

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The leaves are so fricken pretty and I am still at an age where I am guilty of jumping in a pile of leaves for fun.

2. Hoodie weather is the best weather

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I don't know about you but comfortable hoodies with a pair of leggings are my go to for fall.

3. Cool breeze

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The weather is not to hot but not too cold; it is just right!

4. Apple picking

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The basic fall activity for any female

5. Pumpkin picking

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Also don't forget about pumpkin picking and decorating them for Halloween. Pumpkin Pie is great too.

6. Halloween

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Speaking of pumpkins, who does not like Halloween? It's spooky but sweet with candy!

7. Flannels

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You can't go wrong with a cute pair of jeans and a flannel.

8. Homecoming

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Whether it's at a school or college, they are always a good time to watch a game and hangout with friends and family. Show your school spirit!

9. Thanksgiving!

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A holiday to give thanks but also eat yummy food. One of my favorite holidays to really sit down and think about what I am grateful for.

10. Cider doughnuts

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Sweet and simply the perfect snack on a cool fall day.

11. Fire places

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A great time to hang out with friends around the fire place and even make s'mores!

12. Great park weather

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I love taking a walk outside or in the park. It is so peaceful and I get to appreciate nature.

13. More volunteering time

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It is a time to go advocate and raise money for others because the weather outside is not so hot but not too cold, so you will be comfortable doing it!

14. Amazing sleep weather

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No need to turn on the air conditioner or the heater when your room will be at just the right temperature for sleeping!

15. Corn maze and hay rides

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I mean I still like these activities; they make me feel like a child at heart.

16. Farms! 

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I like to go to the farms and see the cows!

17. Zoo

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And going to the zoo is the best in the fall before the winter comes. I enjoy seeing the animals happy.

18. Sports!

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Football season is in swing and I can still go outside and shoot some hoops without it being too cold.

19. Pie making

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Pies are a great dessert for the fall and there are so many you can make; apple, pumpkin, mango, peach - it's endless!

20. Pumpkin spice everything

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I am not a huge pumpkin spice person, but I know it's a huge hit for big fall fans.

Let's get ready for fall!

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