I keep seeing all these cozy Autumn inspired tags, so I thought I’d give one a go! I’ve been trying to stay in the fall spirit every day of September, so today, I will be doing this. Hopefully you will want to get a nice hot cup of hot chocolate or pumpkin spice and read it. You can also feel free to do the same tag after, I think it’s a lot of fun!
Perfect Autumn Weather?
60 or 70 degrees with a nice cool breeze. I love crisp September days.
A book that you want to read this Autumn?
White is for Witching by Helen Oyeyemi.
Must have Autumn item?
A really big scarf. I bought so many blanket scarves from H&M that I look forward to using! There is nothing better than curling up with one on a cold day.
Three songs that make you think of Autumn?
Featherstone by The Paper Kites, Ho Hey by The Lumineers, and Roslyn by Bon Iver & St. Vincent. I actually have an Autumn Playlist post right here!
Your favorite Autumn outfit?
I just got a poncho that I plan to wear with everything. I think I’ll wear it with jeans, some boots, chunky socks, and a cozy hat. I’ll also be wearing the huge scarf (as mentioned above). As it gets cooler, I like to wear fingerless gloves to stay warm. They look cute with sweaters!
Favorite Autumn activity?
Every year we go to Salem for Halloween. We are doing it again this year, and I’m so excited! We almost lived in Salem near Pickering Wharf, so we go and visit and spend the day in spooky graveyards.
Do you like to write? If you do, what do you write?
I love to write, and lately, it’s all been about how excited I am for this season!
Favorite type of cookie?
I just don’t think you can go wrong with a chocolate chip cookie. I make them so often that the recipe will be in my brain forever. They go with every type of festive drink, and they never fail!
Favorite warm drink?
Do you know how to ice skate?
Yes, I ice skated my whole life! Since I was 4 years old I’ve been on the ice, and it was always a big part of my life.
What’s the best part about Autumn where you live?
I live in Massachusetts, so we have exceptional colors of leaves when they turn. We also live in the stereotypical New England town that is known for Autumn goodness like corn mazes, pumpkin patches, lots of farms, etc.
Do you put up your Christmas lights in November, or what till December?
I’m on of those people who puts them up in November. What can I say, I love seasonal changes! I try to wait until around Thanksgiving so that it isn’t too overboard. But mid November I might start singing Christmas carols. That’s why I need to start my Autumn preparations so early, like in August!
I hope that you enjoyed reading some fall-ish things! Feel free to reuse this tag, and let me know if you do. I am currently enjoying a crisp breeze with my dog by my side, and I am very happy. I modified a tag from this person’s, if you were wondering.