Falling in Love with Fall


I love the season changes, they bring back wonderful memories and soothe the senses in very healing ways.  Here in New England we get to experience all 4 seasons, and living my entire life in this region, brings back memories through sights, scents, and sensations of this glorious time of year.  

While we are in a state of mind and getting back to our routine, schedules, business and life—we are also hunkering down, getting grounded and most importantly enjoying this time of year.  

Some things I love about the season are big sweaters, boots, soup, pumpkins, sunshine, foliage, bursts of bright yellow, orange & red, falling leaves, cool crisp air, the smell of a fire at night, warm socks, football, comfort food, family dinners, harvest candle, decorating my home, a warm fire on a chilly night.

Here are some things you can do to celebrate the season, and enjoy it even more:

—find a favorite sweater, there is nothing like sweater weather

—Decorate your home with a few fall items, things that make you feel good and make your house feel more like a home.

—Be outdoors, be present, take it all in.  The color, the smells, the beauty, the air, breathe that fresh fall air.

—Go to a football game, or sport that you like, or at the very least, watch it on television, high school & college football truly help with that spirit of the season. 

—Build a fire or light a candle at night.  The warm glow truly does warm the heart, and helps to ground the soul.

—Walk outside as much as possible.  The cool air, bright colors and crunching leaves connect you to the season, the earth and yourself.  

—Visit a Farm or Orchard, apple picking, pumpkin patch, hay rides, warm cider and cider donuts, take it all in. 

—Lastly, get yourself a great pair of boots.  Yes, splurge, a Fall Sweater and Fabulous Boots, you deserve it, just do it!  

Fall is a Feel Good time of year.  Don’t miss out, try not to rush through it, racing and pacing and missing out on the miracle, the feeling, the joy in it all.  Feel the Feels of Fall and share that light and your light with the world!


Pam Guyer