To soon for a fall roundup post? I hear ya. But, if you consider the fact that Hobby Lobby has had their Christmas decor up since June, well then I might be a little behind. No? It’s all about perspective. 😉
That being said, I decided to throw together a few fun posts from last year centered around autumn. Points earned for those that plan ahead right?
Fall roundup posts:
I went on a printable frenzy last fall and made up a bunch of them. Let me tell you, making printables is way more time intensive than you’d guess! There are several other fun ideas for fitness and health related print-outs in the works but I have yet to find the time to actually sit down and materialize them. I will . . . one day. But for now, let’s rewind to last fall when I actually found a few hours to throw together some pretty darn good ones! (if I do say so myself)
Just in case you’re looking for a less fall-ish and more general life organizer I have my printable binder system FREE for anyone who signs up for my weekly Saturday emails!
But back to the fall stuff! This was a fun post to write, as well as informative about the dangers of candles in the home. Which, with fall on the horizon candles get used way more often.
This next post was another goodie. Because who doesn’t love to wear, watch, and eat fall? Don’t lie, you know you do. I share my favorite fall purchase and musts, as well as, you guessed it, another free printable! The Fall checklist makes sure you don’t miss out on all the fun things to do this season.
This next post was one of my favorite to write as children’s health is so close to my heart. We all know with back to school comes sicknesses like the cold and flu. I’ve been researching for years (like the crazy person I am) and share what I’ve learned and what I implement to keep my kids their healthiest all fall and winter long!
Sadly, this roundup this year is coming to a close. I have only one more post to share with you all. It’s my fall home and garden winter prep checklist. Maybe not as fun as the previous posts, but still, if you’re a homeowner it’s kinda a necessity.
There you have it. Now you’re all ready for fall. You’re welcome. 😉 Seriously, I hope any or all of these posts make fall a little more enjoyable of a season for you than it already is!