5 Ways to Have an Better Autumn

The change of the season is a perfect checkpoint. With Fall underway, it’s an opportunity to go within. I love the Fall not only because of the obvious (the air gets crisp & everything is pumpkin flavored), but because it feels like the right time to be introspective.

If you look back on 2013 so far, how does it make you feel? The fact is, not every single year of your life is going to be absolutely groundbreaking. Some years will be quiet, while others, action-packed and transformational. Being that there are still a few months left in the year, there’s a chance to wrap up any unfinished business. Here are a few tips on how to make this season even better!


Set 3 realistic goals for the end of the year.

Is there something that you haven’t done yet this year that has been nagging you in the back of your mind? Well, do it! Do it now! I challenge you to write these 3 goals out & post them on your bathroom mirror so you’ll see them every day.

Prep early for the holidays.

Everyone and their mother says that they plan on getting a head start on being ready for the holidays. Yet how often do we actually follow through on this? Write out a list of people you plan on getting gifts for. If you plan on making or crafting gifts, you’ll definitely need to start now. By planning in advance, you can keep your eyes peeled for some good deals any time you’re out shopping. In avoiding procrastination, you can really skip the holiday madness and enjoy yourself while the herd is up to their neck in craziness.

Get festive.

I can honestly say that I feel like I missed out on the little joys by not doing any decorating or seasonal activities because I didn’t have the time. Make the commitment to make your home at least a little cozy and festive. Try new recipes for fun.

Clean out your closet and your home.

The term “Spring cleaning” is not solely meant for Spring only. It’s good to do a quarterly clean sweep to get clutter out of your home. Take a look at your wardrobe from last year and get rid of what you don’t love. There’s no use in hanging onto an ugly sweater that you hate if you’re never going to wear it.

Try a new look.

There are way more fun options for clothes in the Fall. You can go nuts with layering and accessorizing. Why not try something different with your style, make-up or hair? Mix it up and break out of your routine. By trying out new things, you might spark some creativity in other areas of your life.

I hope you enjoyed these tips! I look forward to your comments below.

All the best,

Rose Rising


2 Responses to 5 Ways to Have an Better Autumn

  1. Steve says:

    What awesome insightful advice. You’re right it’s a nice checkpoint in the year and just because we’re on the tail end of it doesn’t mean we can’t accomplish a few last things. Also…….I hate the herd! I swear I’m not getting caught up in that again this year, plan ahead, plan ahead, plan ahead! Thanks again for the great article

  2. Astra Spider says:

    Great post – I also tend to declutter in Fall and am currently in the midst of doing so – energetically as well as physically. Such a great feeling! :) Happy I stopped by for a visit – Thank you! Astra

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