Fall Bucket List + Apple Cider Recipe!


*** Updated Fall 2018 — I would have never expected that my little fall bucket list from a few years ago would go completely viral on Pinterest. Since my fall bucket list is such a popular pin, I decided to update it a little and turn it into a free printable. Now, you can actually print it out and display it in your home! ***

Get the free printable fall bucket list here! 

Fall is my favorite season during the year! I couldn’t be more excited that it’s finally here! There are so many reasons that I love fall. It’s always the perfect weather, not too hot or cold, and I never want it to end. But, just like summer, fall tends to go by way too fast. Each year I ended up feeling like Christmas starts to creep in earlier and earlier and I don’t get to fully enjoy my fall.

Just like I did for summer, I decided to write a bucket list of all the things I want to do this fall. There are so many activities that I enjoy during fall, and I wanted to get some of them down on a list so I can keep myself on track and not forget! Hopefully, a real list will keep me accountable and more “in the moment” so I don’t just let fall fly by and Christmas take over. So, in no particular order, here is my Fall Bucket List!


The Ultimate Fall Bucket List of fun and Cozy things to do this season.


I can’t wait to get started on this list! I’m so excited for fall, not sure if you can tell 😉 ! So, even though I said this list was in “no particular order,” the first item is something I wanted to do right away. Making apple cider is so easy and the smell that it creates in our home is heavenly. It’s one of the best fall scents!

I wanted to share our recipe for making an easy homemade apple cider. You can whip this up in no time and have the coziest, warm apple cider to share with your family.







  • 2 quarts apple juice
  • 1 orange (not peeled and cut into slices)
  • 5 whole sticks of cinnamon
  • 10 whole cloves
  • 1 teaspoon nutmeg


  1. In a large saucepan, add all ingredients and simmer for 15 min.
  2. Strain the mixture and serve.

What are your plans for this fall? Let me know some of your “bucket list items” in the comments!


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  1. Thanks for sharing the recipe I’m going to put this on the stove this weekend

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