As I’ve mentioned before, I love fall. I love hunkering down at home to craft, bake, read and drink warm beverages. I love crisp walks and jumping in piles of leaves. I love the sensations of fall: the brilliant smells and colors. The last two years I’ve felt too busy to stop and savor the seasons. To pause long enough to be intentional about how I want to enjoy the season that is at hand. One of the things I often told myself while I was working was, “once I’m done working, THEN I’ll be able to build a sense of magic around the seasons.” One way I’m going to start doing that is by making seasonal bucket lists. Here is my fall bucket list. I wasn’t able to embed my keynote with the hyperlinks, but you can find the list with the hyperlinks below.