Treat Yourself to Fall

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Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. —Albert Camus

Although it’s 77 degrees outside, I’m dreaming about fall. Below is a list of ways to get in the fall mood. Let’s embrace cozy hygge in all areas of our lives.

Light candles, wrap yourself in soft blankets, don socks, add a chunky sweater to your summer dress, go camping, live in leggings, try a messy bun (how-to), visit a corn maze, learn, reflect, grow, and connect in the Fall Virtual Retreat and TDJ Lifestyle, cuddle up on the couch and read, sit fireside, add layers, ride a bike, sip hot drinks, make slow food (think simmering stews), unplug and go analog, add throw pillows and blankets, build a campfire, roast pumpkin seeds, volunteer, simmer potpourri on the stove (7 recipes), carve or paint pumpkins (25 ideas), make a Halloween costume (75 ideas), go hiking, wrap yourself in a scarf, visit a pumpkin patch, bring your pup to Pugs in Paris {event details forthcoming}, go apple picking, add tall boots to your summer frock, enjoy a nature drive, visit the farmers’ market, add cozy touches to home/office by bringing the outdoors in (display pine cones, leaves, acorns).

What’s your favorite thing about fall? Bisous x