Ah, fall. (Or autumn, if you’d prefer.) It’s the time of year when the leaves start changing, the days get shorter, the air turns cooler. Pumpkin spice everything is everywhere, and we trade our flip-flops for boots and our t-shirts for cozy sweaters.
If you’re anything like me, you want to go on adventures, create memories, and maintain your family traditions this fall. But you also want to slow down, reflect, and embody gratitude. And you want to do it all without losing your sanity or becoming overwhelmed—because let’s face it, there’s already so much pressure on you to do all the things.
Yeah, I hear you. I feel like I say this every season, but it is a particularly busy time of the year. It’s also a time of transition for many of us. Kids go back-to-school, we get into new routines or revive old ones, and we either embrace or dread the coming holidays all the while knowing there’s nothing we can do to stop them from arriving much too soon.
So is it any wonder that for many of us, scrapbooking falls by the wayside in the fall? And not just scrapbooking, but memory keeping in general.
Free time isn’t magically going to appear, so if documenting your stories is important to you, you’ll have to carve out time from your busy schedule to make it happen.
To help you, I’ve created The Ultimate Scrapbooking Mama’s Fall Bucket List. It’s a 14-page printable PDF meant to make your memory keeping a little easier this season.
There are 100 fall-focused suggestions for you to choose from:
- 50 activities (to do, savor, and photograph), and
- 50 prompts (to dream, relish, and journal).
You can use these however you’d like, of course, but I suggest mixing and matching one item from each section for hundreds of ideas to use when creating scrapbook pages, mini albums, and other craft projects.
To download The Ultimate Scrapbooking Mama’s Fall Bucket List, just enter in your name and email address below. I’ll immediately send you a download link to the printable PDF file.