Fall is finally almost here! Cooler days, warmer drinks, not having to shave your legs, and the bugs are finally return to the hell hole they came from! Fall has a certain aesthetic that makes everyone swoon.
You can’t deny that Autumn is the most wonderful time of year. It’s magical and full of less sweltering weather. But if you can deny it, I’m here to tell you why your wrong. Let’s talk about the happiest moments from Autumn!
Before we start, why should you care about the happiest moments that come from fall? Simple. Life is made up of moments. We never know how many more we have so! we should make a real effort to enjoy them. Each moment should be beautiful in some way. It’s you’re life, you are creating your own masterpiece. And every masterpiece takes time over the most beautiful details.
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Perfectly Mindful Moments of Fall Aesthetic
- Wrapping up in a cozy blanket by a fire and warming your toes.
- A breezy, rainy afternoon spent nestled in a coffee shop with a hot drink and a good book.
- Dancing around the kitchen while your fresh pies fill the air with their sweet aromas while they bake.
- Feeling a crisp morning breeze on your cheeks that feels like a fresh start.
- Layering up with your cozy scarfs and sweaters that feel like a loving hug wrapped around you all day.
- Seeing all the beautiful colors around you when the trees begin to paint the forests gold.
- Riding your bike through the street hearing the crunch of fallen leaves underneath you.
- Squeezing in one final camping trip to enjoy a warm campfire, the last of s’mores season, and snuggled up next to your love.
- Traditionally rewatching all the best old school Disney Channel Halloween movies, like Halloweentown, Twitches, and of course Hocus Pocus.
- Carving pumpkins with friends – even though you know yours will probably turn out like a lopsided lump – but laughing the whole time anyway.
Part 2 of Fall aesthetic
- Lighting a fresh new candle that smells like apple pie and nutmeg.
- Noticing how odd it is that the whole world seems to be quieter in the fall, as we all begin to slow and slumber in our cozy homes.
- Enjoying the spookier side of life with the tales of ghosts, magic, and potions.
- Laying in bed for a few extra minutes savoring the warmth of your blanket burrito.
Ps. Have you seen this literal blanket burrito? I don’t think it’s ever too early to think about Christmas gifts for me, right?
- Seeing your breath in the air for the first time of the year in the evening air.
- Getting that drop of whipped cream on your nose after the first sip of some fresh hot cocoa.
- An autumnal hike through the mountains watching all the the little animals scurry around prepping for the winter.
- Putting on your favorite pair of fuzzy socks
- Oversized sweaters and bedhead on a lazy Sunday morning
- Devouring some fresh treacle tart straight from the wizarding world with the Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook
Part 3 of fall aesthetic
- Walking down the grocery isles seeing all the Halloween decor and candy getting stocked
- Those Pillsbury Jack O Lantern sugar cookies…you know the ones I’m talking about.
- Misty mornings walking through your streets.
- The difficulty of eating a candied apple and always unsure why you love them so much.
- Starting your first fire of the season and just watching the flames, thinking about nothing.
- The first frost that bites your nose and makes the leaves extra crunchy under your toes.
- Fall festivals cotton candy, prizes, and a lit up Ferris wheel just inviting couples to kiss at the top.
- Enjoying a hay ride after walking through a slightly disappoint corn maze.
- Spending an evening watching the sunset by a fire pit, wrapped in a cozy throw blanket because of the chill.
Fall is the best season there is. Of course I say that for every season but I mean it when it comes to autumn! Being mindful of the little moments in life makes life feel more vibrant and fulfilling. After all, life is simply a collection of small moments.
I challenge you to slow down this fall and actually enjoy the world around you. Treasure the little moments. The ones that may seem so meaningless now may fuel your nostalgia in the future.
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