One thing we love about fall is the crisp, cool atmosphere. There’s something so clear and refreshing when you step outside when it’s cool. If you’re like us and really like to be in touch with Mother Nature, fall is a time to start preparing for the upcoming colder months.
There are many things we can do to help us with seasonal change and it all starts with re-centering ourselves and taking into consideration the rhythm of nature. Here are some of our favorite fall activities you need to try out this year.
The Best Fall Activities for Mind-Body Wellness
Pick Out a Pumpkin
Who doesn’t love going to a local pumpkin patch and picking out a pumpkin? Going to a pumpkin patch is a great way to get your daily walk in, feel the sunshine, and connect with new or old friends. As a bonus, you can also roast the pumpkin seeds to have a healthy snack for later!
Go Apple Picking
Apple picking is another great fall activity that you can get the whole family involved with. In addition to being a fun fall activity, apple picking is a wonderful way to meet your daily step count and will provide you with apples to make healthy desserts for family and friends.
Want a healthy apple recipe to try out? Check out our “Try These Fall Foods to Help Cleanse Your Digestive & Immune System” blog to get inspiration.
Take an Autumn Stroll
In the fall, it’s almost impossible to not see the changing color display of Mother Nature.
Take a drive and scope out some pretty leaves and trees. You may want to go to a local park or drive around a few neighborhoods to see what you can find. Then, when you find the perfect spot, get out and take a walk. You can do this either alone or with a friend. By taking an autumn stroll, you will have a higher sense of gratitude for creation and get the chance to move your body.
Prep Your Mind and Body for Seasonal Change
What’s your favorite fall activity? We would love to hear from you! Comment down below to join in on the discussion.
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