Fall Bucket List


      ‘Tis the season for cooler weather, fall clothing, pumpkins, candy corn and delicious chili. Don’t let fall slip away without trying some of these seasonal bucket list items.

                        Fall Bucket List

  • Shop for new fall clothes
  • Get spooked at a haunted house (See these scary options: Haunted Houses and Spooky Tours)
  • Make chili
  • Visit a pumpkin patch (Check Out: Central Ohio Pumpkin Patches)
  • Roast pumpkin seeds
  • Attend a parade (OSU does a parade and so do many high schools)
  • Bust out a blanket
  • Buy or DIY a Halloween costume
  • Tailgate


  • Wear a pair of boots
  • Go apple picking (Check Out: Columbus U-Pick Apple Orchards)
  • Decorate your home
  • Try a new pumpkin recipe (Check Out: Pumpkin Recipes)
  • Make S’mores
  • Attend local holiday events
  • Jump in a pile of leaves
  • Watch a family Halloween movie (Check Out: Halloween Movies)
  • Attend a local craft fair
  • Make a fall wreath



What’s your favorite Fall activity?

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Leslie came to Columbus 2 yrs ago via San Antonio, TX. A Kentucky native that bleeds neither red (Louisville Cardinals) nor blue (Kentucky Wildcats). She is a SAHM, homeschooler and Occupational Therapist (OTR/L) by weekend. Leslie and her husband have two boys, ages 6 and 2, and they love discovering new Columbus parks and restaurants! She proudly embraces the title of "boy mom", even when that means knowing more than she would care to know about dinosaurs. Her everyday wardrobe consists of mainly Nike Dri-Fit and sneakers. Leslie lives for her Burt's Bees lip balm and a good ole top knot bun. You can always find pull-ups, wipes, hand sanitizer, and Welch's fruit snacks in her designer handbag. She loves her family, fashion, interior design, working out, being a soccer mom, renovating the families 1962 ranch with her husband, and making a difference in her patients' lives. She recently became an advocate and volunteer for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. It is her hope to bring awareness and help raise funds, for a cause that is near and dear to her heart. She is also the owner and founder of The Penmanship Lab.