Blogtober Day 20 – Fall Is The Best Season For These 10 Reasons

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Dreaming of mashed potatoes, turkey, caramel apples, and pumpkin lattes? I am too! Autumn has officially arrived, which is a favorite season for many people who appreciate the tasty foods, events, and cooler temperatures. You’ll find ten reasons in this blog post why autumn is one of the nicest seasons and why there’s a lot to be joyful about at this time of year.

Various Colors

The changing leaf colors make autumn a favorite season for many people. Once-green trees suddenly turn into stunning shades of gold, scarlet, and orange. Many people visit to these locations to take in the beauty since the colors are particularly spectacular there. Examples of these locations are New England in the United States, the Douro River Valley in Portugal, and Bavaria in Germany.

Everything Pumpkin

You’re in luck if you enjoy carving pumpkins! Autumn is the season for pumpkin flavors, which are especially prevalent in classic dishes like pumpkin pie and pumpkin bread as well as more contemporary pleasures like pumpkin-spiced teas and coffees. Before the season is through, make sure to fill up!

Tempting Desserts

One of the best seasons for sweets is autumn. There are plenty of caramel apples, taffies, and sweets available, as well as pumpkin pie, pecan pie, apple pie, and pretty much any other sort of pie your heart desires. This fall, if you’re going to indulge in pumpkin pie, don’t forget the whipped cream!

Sweater Weather

It might be a relief when the weather finally begins to cool down after the summer’s scorching heat. Weather-wise, October is fantastic since warm days start to give way to chilly, crisp nights. Beginning of Autumn frequently ushers in milder breezes that allow you to finally keep the windows open after blasting the air conditioner for months.

Better Style

When it’s extremely hot outside in the summer, comfort and cooling often take precedence over fashion. Autumn, on the other hand, ushers in fresh trends like coats, sweaters, and boots that are often more fun to wear and more flattering than shorts and flip-flops. You can check out this year’s trends here Blogtober Day 9 – Fashion Trends for Fall and Winter 2022/2023 Part 2 Tops, Dresses, and Pants Blogtober Day 5 – Fashion Trends for Fall and Winter 2022/2023 Part 1 Colors, Patterns, and Textures

Check out how I get dressed for the cooler weather here at Frump Fighters


This is the best time of year to use a campfire if you’re fortunate enough to have one on your property or know someone who does. Nothing compares to cooking marshmallows, hot dogs, or brats over an open flame. Make sure to benefit now before winter arrives and it gets too cold!

Artistic Endeavors

Every Autumn, there are numerous projects to keep both children and adults occupied, whether you’re carving pumpkins for Halloween, making an elaborate sugar skull for Dia de Los Muertos, or stuffing a cornucopia for Thanksgiving.


Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Dia de Los Muertos are just a few of the celebrations that take place throughout the autumn season all around the world. Holidays in the autumn are especially pleasurable because of the delectable food, tempting snacks, extravagant costumes, and vibrant colors that accompany the festivities.

As you can see, autumn is one of the nicest times of year because it offers fun events that the whole family can enjoy. What’s your favorite thing about fall? Let me know in the comments below.


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  1. The best thing for the colder season…BOOTS! I’m a bootie junkie. I seem to have a bit of a problem…addiction. LOL. Scaves are nice but too many hot flashes for those, but boots and chilly weather. I’m all in.


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