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Embracing Fall: A Casual Guide to Resetting, Setting Goals, and Building a Fall Bucket List

Let's talk about the beauty of autumn. Fall is that time of year when the air turns crisp, leaves paint the world in vibrant colors, and we all crave cozy vibes. It's a season I absolutely adore. The routines that come back into our lives, like the kids going back to school and work routines resuming, are truly comforting. It's the ideal time to reset, set new goals, and make the most of this season. So, let's chat about how you can do just that.

Getting Into the Fall Groove

Routines are all the rage these days, and for good reason. They offer structure, help you stay organized, and ensure productivity. You've probably seen folks on social media sharing their morning and nighttime routines. It's inspiring, right? I'm here to say that having a routine is an excellent idea, and you don't have to wait until New Year's to set one.

Routines help me maintain some sanity, especially with my busy schedule as an entrepreneur. I'm all about time blocking. It's like creating time slots for specific tasks and sticking to them, no matter what. It keeps distractions at bay and ensures I stay on track.

Now, the best way to start is with a good old "brain dump." Jot down everything that pops into your head—things you need to do, non-negotiables, and pre-commitments that are already a part of your daily life. Don't worry if it looks like a jumbled mess. We'll organize it later.

Start by dividing your routine into categories like work, personal life, fitness, and more. Do this by days of the week and structure it according to your pre-commitments. This way, you won't feel overwhelmed, and you'll be the one in control.

Checking in With Your Goals

Now, let's chat about goals. Most people set resolutions in January, but you don't have to wait until then to set new ones. It's like a breath of fresh air, isn't it? The beginning of fall is a fantastic time to revisit your existing goals and maybe set some new ones.

I'm a big believer in being specific about your goals. My goals for this year were pretty vague—making more money, growing my business, staying healthy, and loving what I do. Those are fantastic goals, but specificity is your friend. I recently sat down and thought about what exactly these goals mean to me. I even divided them into categories, which include financial, career, personal, emotional/mental, spiritual, and fun/enjoyment.

For instance, under financial goals, you could aim for a specific amount in savings, an annual income target, or paying off certain debts. In personal goals, consider your daily routines, wake-up and bedtime, the people you want to surround yourself with, and new hobbies you'd like to explore.

Fitness goals could revolve around tracking macros, weekly meal prepping, or the types of workouts you want to try. Be specific and have fun with it.

Building a Fall Bucket List

But hey, it's not all about routines and goals. Fall is also a time to enjoy life. So, let's create a fall bucket list filled with activities that celebrate this season.

  1. Fall Hike and Camping: There's something magical about hiking through New Hampshire's fall foliage and spending a cozy night in a tent. It's an adventure you won't forget.

  2. Pumpkin Everything: Embrace the pumpkin craze by whipping up all things pumpkin. From homemade pumpkin spice lattes to pumpkin pancakes and even pumpkin donut holes. The possibilities are endless.

  3. Decorate Your Space: Regardless of your living space, whether it's a cozy room or a spacious house, make it feel like fall. Add decor that brings warmth and comfort to your surroundings.

  4. Try a New Hobby: This fall, explore a new hobby or rekindle an old one. It could be hiking, reading, writing, or something as simple as rollerblading. Find what sparks joy in your free time.

  5. More Family Time: Fall is the season for football, Sunday dinners, and family card games. Embrace quality family time and enjoy those cozy moments.

These activities will help you fully immerse yourself in the magic of fall while working toward your goals. Fall is a season of growth and transformation. By this time next year, you'll be amazed at how far you've come.

So, my friends, I hope you've enjoyed our casual chat about embracing the beauty of fall, setting new goals, and building your fall bucket list. It's all about balance, and I can't wait to see what you'll achieve this season.

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