Thursday, August 29, 2013

Bringing Fall to Florida

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It's that time of year. The time where I get incredibly homesick for where I grew up. Maine. September is such a beauty up north (and June, July, and August), and I always find myself beaten down by the heat and humidity of the Florida tropics.
Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love living here. But there is something about the fall that hits me with nostalgia and memories of high school football games, leaves raining from the trees, cozying up in sweatshirt blankets next to camp fires on the beach, and apple picking on bright sunny days.

I have decided that instead of moping about living in a tropical climate, that I would bring a little "fall" to Florida. So if you live in the south, or just need some inspiration on ideas to fully embrace the autumn season, much of my September blogs will be dedicated to getting cozy this fall wherever you live.
I like to think of it as "project autumn" where I will be pulling ideas for fun fall crafts and activities with the kids, new & old recipes (pumpkin anyone?), and décor that properly welcomes the season.

I will be kicking off September 1st with a few simple ideas to get the Autumn season stirring in your home. If you're on instagram, I will be hashtag"ing" these photos #bringingfalltoflorida - so if you feel inspired, please join me.
See you in September!

I couldn't resist getting a jump start on "Project Autumn"


  1. Oh my goodness! I miss fall in the northern parts of the country as well! We are originally from Montana, but have lived all over & are now residing in Florida. It's our first fall here & I really miss the changing colors especially. And the cooler temperatures! 90 degrees in October is crazy! I refuse to pay that much for drinks, so I try to make them at home. Just last night I tried a recipe I found on Pinterest for an apple cinnamon latte, which ended up tasting like a cross between chai tea (my fave!) & hot apple cider!

  2. I heard Montana is BEAUTIFUL! Yes, it's hard to adjust to missing the seasons changing - that's why I was so determined to hang on to my favorites from fall. We just got back from a trip to Maine and it was wonderful. Hope you have a great rest of the "season"!


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