I absolutely love autumn, it’s the season to prep for those colder days that lay ahead in winter. I thought I’d do the autumn tag and discuss some of my favourites for this season.
What signifies the start of autumn for you?
Once it starts to get a little colder, the leaves start to change and it starts to get darker so early, that’s when autumn starts for me!
What is your favourite fall scent?
I love the smell of bonfires this time of year.
What is your favourite fall drink?
I love hot chocolates, at the moment I really like going to Costa on a Sunday morning and sitting there with a nice hot chocolate and just watching the world go by.
How do you make your hot chocolate?
When I’m at home I make my hot chocolates using Wispa Gold hot chocolate powder made with hot water. It turns out super frothy and tastes so good as it has a hint of caramel!
What is your favourite activity in autumn?
I really enjoy going for walks, whether it’s going for a little walk round the village, or parking far away from town and walking in. I feel like it’s the perfect way to keep active and enjoy the change in weather.
What I your favourite candle for autumn?
I’m loving Yankee Candle Tarte Tatin at the moment.
Have you ever been pumpkin picking?
I haven’t ever been pumpkin picking but it’s something I’d love to do. Unfortunately there aren’t any pumpkin picking places near me. I’m excited to go and pick up a pumpkin ready for carving.
How good are you at pumpkin carving?
I enjoy pumpkin carving, although I wouldn’t say I’m the best pumpkin carver. I usually choose a difficult design and get grumpy as I can never carve the design properly!
Best way to spend a raining day?
I believe a rainy day should be spent with a hot drink, curled up in bed in fluffy pjs and fluffy socks and listening to the rain outside.
What’s your favourite/go to outfit for autumn?
At the moment I’m loving jumpers, jeans and boots, I picked up two lovely jumpers in Primark a few weeks ago and they are so cosy!
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