Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Transition to Fall

I think I'm going too far out right now with all the fall related posts, but I'm excited. This Friday it's supposed to be 60 degrees which I'm feeling impartial to. I am so pumped for the fall (as you probably already know), but it has transitioned to fall way too quickly at this point. 

If you're looking to see my fall essentials check out Prep On A Budget because I'm guest posting for Hunter later this week! On this blog I'll be sharing my top tips to transition your life into the fall.

+1. Decorate your space // My room is beachy and summery. To add a little bit of fall to your room try lighting a candle with a fall scent. A few of my faves include Leaves and Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin candles from Bath & Body Works. Also try adding a fuzzy throw blanket to give your room that extra cozy fell.

+2. Switch out your clothes // Every season I try to put some of my clothes that are out of season into storage. In the fall I go through and rid my closet of tank tops, shorts, and other things that I know I'm not going to be wearing in the fall. This is a great way to see what you already have for fall and also what I need!

+3. Do fall things // If you're in denial that fall is coming try doing fall related activities. Carve a pumpkin, drink hot cocoa or apple cider or play in the leaves! It will get your more in the spirit of the fall season!

+4. Bake something // The fall has some of the most amazing flavors (aka apple, pumpkin and cinnamon) so try out a few fun recipes! I'm dying to give a few of these pumpkin recipes a try! Pumpkin bread, apple pie, and pumpkin seeds are just a few fun ideas!

+5. Change your wallpaper // This is sort of random, but changing your wallpaper from a summer throwback to something more in the spirit of fall will help you get excited for what's to come! Find images via Pinterest of leaves, pumpkins or anything related to fall!

With all that said...are you ready for fall?



  1. This is a great post Kate, loved it!

    Nathalie | THE COVETING

  2. Love this post! I need to start putting away my clothes and get to baking all those fall treats!

    Michaela || The Monogrammed Midwesterner