Autumn Survival Guide

Wonderful readers,

There are more rainy days than sunny ones, gloves are already living in my purse and colourful leaves are all curled up under the feet. Yes, colder is definitely here and shows us both its negative and positive sides. But what to do when those windy, wet and grey days make you miss summer more and more? What if you find it harder and harder to smile and enjoy this moment? Then keep on reading. We need to look into things how to ´survive` autumn with a smile. Maybe this will even make you fall in love with autumn, if you do not love it already. So here we go.

Warm clothing items

It is very individual how we tolerate colder days and how many clothes we should wear to not feel frozen. But we are all humans and like to keep us warm and feel soft materials against our skin when precipitations do not act friendly. Personally, the most important for me is to keep my neck, hands and feet warm. These are the most important areas for me to keep covered up to not feel cold. Therefore, a big scarf, warm socks or shoes and gloves are my essential items for autumn, as well as winter. Also it is great to layer up your clothes to keep you warm and therefore more happy.

Candles or good light at home 

You will probably spend more and more time at home. Therefore, it is very important to keep it light and bright when days are getting remarkably shorter. Personally, I really enjoy having lots of lighted candles at the evenings. But if you are allergic or simply doesn’t like it, just make sure it is enough light to brighten up your day.

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Seasonal Recipes

It is perfect time to discover a chef inside of you by preparing warm meals from seasonal goodies! The mighty pumpkin has to be taken care of. Make pumpkin soup, pumpkin pie,  cook it with other vegetables, or make an apple cake. I really like pumpkin soup, made with carrots and potatoes. I want to make it soon and hopefully share the recipe with you!

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Hobbies

This particular thing takes a huge part into making our autumn a happy place. It is so important to discover your own personal hobbies that will make you busy and happy. It can be anything you enjoy doing – doing different crafts, reading books, watching movies, playing instruments, dancing, playing sports, making food, going shopping, searching online, watching vlogs etc.etc. It can be anything, just make sure it is close to your heart and makes you truly happy. Also hobbies tend to develop into some kind of goals. That is a wonderful side effect if you ask me!

Take care of you skin

Even though some people may say this doesn’t affect their day, but I honestly think that good sight in the mirror does make us smile more. We feel more confident and content with ourselves if we like our own reflection. So it is very important to take care of our skin these colder months. Use good moisturises, treat yourself with face masks, don`t forget lip balm, drink lots of water and have a healthy and nutritious diet. After that, it is your own preference of how much makeup etc you would like to wear. For example bright lipstick tend to brighten the day. But the essential is to keep our skin looking healthy.

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Love and be loved

Last but not least, it is so important to love and be loved. Not only in autumn, but all year around. Small acts of kindness and love give us happiness and energy to achieve our goals and smile brightly. Give love and don`t expect anything in return. After all, this weather is truly cuddle weather! ❤

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These wonderful images were taken from pinterest.com

 

Much love and positivity,

Ruta Antana

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