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Oct 14, 2020

How to Do Your Favorite Fall Activities Safely at Home

We all have our favorite fall activities– whether they stem from family traditions or from our favorite movies growing up. From pumpkin patches to apple picking to dressing in layers, this year Fall feels much different for all of us. It’s sad to have to continue to release our expectations for the year, but instead of dwelling in the sadness of it, this is an opportunity to make new traditions and memories. We came up with a list of 5 crowd favorite fall activities that you can safely do at home!

.01 – Drive-In Movie Theaters

How to Do Your Favorite Fall Activities Safely at Home

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More & more drive-in movie theaters have been opening up around the country as a safe activity for friends & families to partake in this season! Google “drive-in theater near me” & see what comes up for your next family outing!

.02 – Pumpkin Carving

How to Do Your Favorite Fall Activities Safely at Home

Photo via Woman’s Day

An activity that gets the kids (& adults) busy for hours is pumpkin carving. Many grocery stores, such as Trader Joe’s are carrying pumpkins for easy pick-up. Get creative with it, & maybe have a contest for best carving to spice things up! Here are 65 pumpkin carving ideas to get you started!

03 – Fall Fashion Show

How to Do Your Favorite Fall Activities Safely at Home

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Huddle up your roommates & put together your favorite fall outfits. Go outside to your backyard & take pictures (we recommend at golden hour)! With the majority of us still WFH, most of our favorite fits are staying confined in our closets.. bring them out for this fun little photoshoot idea.

04 – Bake!

How to Do Your Favorite Fall Activities Safely at Home

Photo via Chew Out Loud

Instead of apple picking this year, come up with a few new recipe ideas to try out with the family. Here are a few different recipes you can try out: paleo apple crisp, apple pie, & caramel apples!

05 – Trick-Or-Treat from Home

How to Do Your Favorite Fall Activities Safely at Home

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This ones for all our mama’s out there who are looking for creative ways to get the kiddos to trick-or-treat. Buy snack size candy & hide it all around the house. Make it like an egg hunt. Once all the candy is found, throw a movie night with your favorite Halloween movie (we suggest Halloweentown!) & get a family-sized sugar rush!

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