It is officially the most wonderful time of the year filled with pumpkin spice, books, colorful leaves, and sweaters. Let’s look at some bookish ways to celebrate the Autumnal Equinox.
I’ll be honest, I’m a sucker for fall time. Between the weather, the changing of the leaves, chunky sweaters, and getting to transition from iced coffee to hot coffee, there truly is nothing quite like it. Nothing says autumn quite like doing bookish things all day.
1. Carve a Book Themed Pumpkin
Pumpkins are practically the symbol for autumn. Celebrate the Autumnal Equinox by carving a bookish pumpkin. Can’t carve your favorite book design? Paint it instead! It’ll last longer that way too. Check out these ideas on Pinterest for inspo.
2. Read a Spooky Book in the Park
There is nothing like reading a spooky fall book in the park as the leaves are changing colors. Reading a book in a calm setting can really set the tone. Want to amp up the experience? You could always find a quaint cemetery to read in too. Let us give you fall recommendations that you can read in the park. We are full of them!
3. Get a Fall Inspired Coffee to Match Your Current Read
To celebrate autumn, try getting a fall themed coffee to go with your current read. Don’t have a current read? Don’t worry! I already paired your Starbucks order with a spooky fall time read, Just click here! Nothing goes together quite like coffee and a good book.
4. Decorate for Fall While Watching Your Favorite Book to Movie Adaptation
I may have already decorated my house for spooky season, but if you haven’t now is the perfect time! Put on your favorite book to movie adaptation and fill your house with pumpkins and ghosts. Try lighting a fall time candle also to make it even better.
5. Cook a Fall Dessert While Listening to an Audiobook
Saving the sweetest for last of course. Spend the day baking one of your favorite fall time desserts while listening to an audiobook. I’m positive the combination of spices and narrators filling your kitchen will make it feel like fall no matter where you are!
Looking for more cozy ways to celebrate the autumnal equinox? Click here for our autumnal book recommendations!