Happy fall! I used to say fall was my favorite time of the year, but my opinion has evolved. I  have come to welcome all the seasons, as they not only bring changes in temperatures and colors, but new adventures. 

Each season I like to look into the future of the next three months and ask, what can I only do during this season of the year? It's a great question to ponder. The question helps us to not just move through another three months of life with no direction, but helps us stay focused, have fun, and maybe embark on a few new adventures. 

I challenge you to look at the next three months and ask yourself, what you want to do, what do you want to see and experience, where do you want to go, and who do you want to spend time with and soak in the beauty fall offers us.

For me, I'll be attending a family fall day at my parents, hosting a girls weekend, fall decorating, buying homemade apple cinnamon donuts for me to eat and give away from Anderson's Winery, visiting an apple orchard, and live in a tree house. Yes, you read that correctly, a tree house!

What's on your list?


Inspirational Speaker and Award-Winning Author of “The Giving Challenge: 40 Days to a More Generous Life” and "The Gratitude Challenge: 41 Days to a Happier, Healthier, & More Content Life"

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  1. Roxanne Snodgrass Reply

    We will be hosting our own little family festival since all the fall festivals we love are cancelled. It is called “Pumpkin Palooza” and filled with pumpkin games & pumpkin art activities, pumpkin snacks, hay ride, campfire, bounce house and family fun.
    I also have planned a get away to Hocking Hills, a bucket list place many give rave reviews for in the fall or any season. A girls’ get away is planned here and hope to have another with dear friends elsewhere.
    I also hope to do the Drive In Concert Series with some top Christian artists and top friends!
    We also will plan a Thankmas gathering of extended family to celebrate the family traditions.
    What joys we have for which to be grateful!

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