Today I am sharing a round up of my favorite fall posts from the last several years. This includes fall home favorites in decor, fall family activities, Halloween celebrations and a few fall recipes! This is your one stop post to find the very best fall posts from the blog!
Fall Home Favorites
Hi Friends and Happy Tuesday! October is really chugging along already…so shall I say speeding along?! I am really trying to be in the moment this fall and appreciate the simple things! Every day doesn’t have to be a big fall party! It is nice just to appreciate the small things that fall has to offer including crisp mornings, pretty landscapes and heart warming recipes. What do you love most about fall?
Since fall is one of my favorite seasons (after summer that is!), I have a lot of blog posts on all things fall! Today, I wanted to round up all of my fall posts and put them in one spot! This is your quick reference for all of my fall posts.
Autumn Home Decor
Taking it back to the beginning of my blog, my very first home tour was a COZY FALL HOME TOUR. It is so fun to look back at how the house looked in previous seasons. I definitely recommend taking pictures of your seasonal decor…you remember how you styled things and it inspires you for the next season. Looking at this picture, it makes me realize I have a lot more stuff on my counters these days. I think I want to get back to simplicity.
For the complete Cozy Fall Home Tour, head over HERE!
Last year, I am now realizing, I went with a lot of neutral fall decor. You can check out my 2018 Fall Home tour over HERE!
Although, I did have a little bit of red with this Apple Themed Fall Bar Cart!
This year, my fall decor was a mix of color and neutral. I’ll share a full tour soon!
Fall Front Door Decor
Fall decor isn’t just for the INSIDE of your home. In this Fall Porch Inspiration post, I share some ideas for decorating your front door area for the season!
Fall Front Porch 2018
Fall Front Porch 2019
Halloween is a fun mid-fall celebration especially when you have little kids! Over the years, we have loved making Halloween a family celebration. We spend the weeks leading up to Halloween talking about our costumes and all the candy we will get to eat.
Usually, we also celebrate Halloween with a small family celebration or two. A few years ago, we had a Family Halloween Boo Bash. The kids and I spent a day during their fall break working on Halloween themed snacks together. It was a fun and memorable way to get excited about Halloween together!
This year, we decided to keep it easy and last weekend we had a Halloween themed family movie night! I gathered some Halloween themed snacks and then we all decided on a few movies together (Nightmare Before Christmas and Ghostbusters).
Ghost Chips (Trader Joe’s)
Fall Colored M & Ms
Halloween Sprinkle Cookies
For more Halloween Family Movie Ideas, check out this list from Jalisa Harris 50+ Kids & Adults Halloween Movies to Watch!
Easy Halloween Activity
If you are looking for a really easy Halloween activity to do with the kids, check out these Mini Halloween Gingerbread houses! Each of the kids made a Halloween gingerbread house the other week and now we have a cute Halloween display!
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Gingerbread houses aren’t just for Christmas ☺️ If you are looking for a inexpensive and festive Halloween activity, grab some $3 Haunted House gingerbread kits from Target! I love holiday projects like these because they allow us to get creative and also make for a cute holiday display! I’ve got another easy + fun Halloween activity coming to the blog soon. I’m the meantime, tell me..have your kids already decided what they want to be for Halloween? 2 out of 3 of my kids have no idea yet..so we are off to the Halloween costume shop later this week🧛🏻♂️😈👻 . . . #halloweenactivities #halloweendecorating #halloweendecor #halloweenseason #halloweencrafts #halloweenparty #halloweenpartyideas #falldecor #targetfinds #gingerbreadhouse #gingerbreadmaking #notsoscaryhalloweenparty #easykidsactivities #kidscrafts #halloweenideas #familyactivities #momblog #targetholiday #halloweencandy
Halloween Children’s Books
Another easy way to celebrate Halloween is to gather up all of your Halloween books and display them in one spot! I found this adorable wood bucket Marshalls to store all of our Halloween books!
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Favorite Halloween Children’s Books
Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas
We like to celebrate each holiday with a few themed snacks that we add into our rotation. Last year, we whipped up a few Easy Halloween Snack Ideas. Perfect options for after school snacking or Halloween school party!
Cute Halloween Pillows and Decor
Do you like to decorate for Halloween? Usually, we keep our Halloween decor pretty minimal. Although a few years ago, I did transform our bar cart into a Halloween theme.
If you want to add just a touch of Halloween decor, consider one of these cute Halloween pillows available on Amazon from this post!
This year, I decided to put all the Halloween decorations out in our kitchen.
What better time to make all the pumpkin and apple recipe favorites than in the fall! I am always so excited to get back to warm and hearty recipes in the fall!
This year, I shared some of my absolute Favorite Trader Joe’s Fall Foods! The fall is the BEST time to shop at Trader Joe’s. They really outdo themselves with making just about anything and everything pumpkin or fall related!
Our favorite fall recipe is hands down these Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins. I have been making these muffins for years and the kids still request them all of the time. Be sure to make a double batch and freeze half. Then, you can warm up the muffins for a delicious fall breakfast or snack!
Fall recipes don’t just mean hearty soups and warm muffins. Salads can also be included in your fall menu! A few weeks ago, I shared 9 Delicious Fall Salad Recipes!
Any of these fall salad recipes would be a perfect side dish to Thanksgiving or a fall gathering!
Fall Fashion Favorites
My mom and I are getting ready for our two day annual mother-daughter shopping trip next week. Each year, we take a little road trip and spend a few days shopping and spending time together. We always end up with some new fall clothing and we get a head start on Christmas shopping. Most importantly, we get a chance to talk without interruptions!
You can read about our Annual Fall Mother Daughter shopping trips:
This year, I have been talking a lot about Walmart. So many cute fall finds for less! My favorite fall top of the season is this mustard waffle knit tunic! I’ve gotten so many compliments on this tunic and I am always so excited to tell people it’s from Walmart.
Fall Outfit Favorites
My latest Fall Stitch Fix Box did not disappoint. Recently, I shared all of the fall outfits I received in my September Stitch Fix box.
Fall is the best season for comfy and cozy clothing!
Simple Fall Fun Ideas
Fall is a time of year when you want to do all the things! There are so many family activities to consider including a taking a trip to the pumpkin patch, picking apples, going on a fall hike… you name it! Keep your schedule simple this fall season and pick a few of the things you really want to do.
While it is easy to feel like you need to complete a big fall bucket list, keep in mind that it is just as fun and a lot less stressful to do a few fall things. Live in the moment of fall and really take in all that this season has to offer. A cozy night in on the couch with your family can be just as exciting (and a lot more relaxing) then a lot of other fall fun list options:)
In this post, I share a simple fall fun list printable to fill out with your family. I give my two cents on picking activities that really suit your family’s needs and schedule!
What is your favorite parts about fall? Is it the food, the time with family, the home decor and fall outfits?
For more fall recipe inspiration, check out my Fall Recipe Favorites Pinterest board:
If you are looking for fall home decor inspiration, head over to this Pinterest board:
What are some of your fall home favorites?