Fall is always a beautiful time of the year to enrich your life with fun family traditions and activities. Kbhomes Fun fall traditions and activities will jazz up each week as you count down this holiday season. Family outings and singular projects will litter your calendar from now until the New Year!
What is one of American’s favorite past times? Watching football! Whether you are a fantasy football leaguer, a flag, pee wee, middle school or high school, league or backyard, college or pro fan there is a game waiting for you to watch or play. Cook up some goodies, tailgate or just snuggle up and sit on the sidelines and grab yourself a good old football game.
Now is a great time to rake up your yard or a corner of a nearby park and let the kids frolic in the leaves. What a great photo op and entertaining time for the kiddos. The leave colors add interest to family and individual pictures. Pets love to wrestle around in the piles of joy as well. Go out and jump in a pile of leaves alone or with the family.
Google some hikes of interest around your area and get to know the terrain during the most colorful season of the year. Take you camera along and a small collection bag for a little souvenir. Bring a snack, bundle up and put on your hiking boots. Trails come in a variety of lengths and ability levels so there is the perfect wilderness escapade waiting for you within a short drive of your home. Hiking reduces stress and what better way to enjoy nature.
Spend some time in your favorite cookbook and plan out a few delicious recipes and get to work! Your friends and neighbors will surely benefit from your culinary talents. Fall is the best time of the year to delve into all your treasured pumpkin and spice recipes. Whether to eat yourself and treat your family or the share with friends and neighbors, baking is cathartic and rewarding so put on your apron and get down with your own bad self in the kitchen this fall.
As summer has wrapped up and school is routine now invite the neighbors over for a game night. Board games and group games and appetizers are just the thing for your next Friday or Saturday night activity. Charades, 2 truths and a lie, Taboo, Cranium, Bridge, Poker, a treasure hunt you name it! The possibilities are all in the scope of your imagine and fun-o-meter. Adult night or bring the kids and fill your weekend with bonding and fun times.
Family or Single Pictures
With the color palate so arrayed in nature during the fall the opportunity to get in a great family yearly picture or some single pics of you or your children, maybe even Senior pictures (it is never too early to get those done) collect an idea of places with trees, streams, bridges, stairs, waterfalls etc. and set out and get some memories down in a frame on your living room wall.
Fall is a perfect time to visit those who are alone, treat a neighbor to a little yard work, take the family to pick up roadside trash near your home, help at a soup kitchen, make hygiene kits for the homeless, help a local bot scout with his Eagle project, bring dinner to someone who is ill or whatever presents itself it you. Service brightens the world with love and relief to those who need an extra hug or major help and it changes your own life and the lives of those you serve.
Corn Mazes and Hayrides
Check out your nearest pumpkin patch and gather a group or your family and have a good old night out at the corn maze. Drink some warm hot chocolate and let the adventure begin. This is an excellent date night for busy people. What better way to rejuvenate than a hayride and meander through a maze of delight? Grab your buddies, significant other or kiddos and reap the harvest this fall, maybe pick out a pumpkin for your front porch while you are at it.
Fall is such a diverse time of the year and adventures are just waiting for you everywhere you look. Pull out your calendar and schedule some fun activities or projects. This is the time before everyone gets wrapped up in the winter holidays so take advantage of the calm before the chaos and unwind and reconnect, embrace fall.