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Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall

Get ready for the first day of Fall on September 22nd! Pull out those decorations, unpack your cool-weather wardrobe, and fill up your calendar with virtual dates with friends and family. From age-old traditions to new trends, here are some ideas on how to get in the cozy Fall spirit this year. Transform Your Space It’s never too early to decorate for Fall! Get creative this season. Don’t just stop at leaves and pumpkins; make sure you also layer in warm touches with colors and textiles. Cinnamon, caramel and terracotta colors are trending right now in paint, art, bedding, and tableware. Repaint a wall or piece of furniture, swap your white dishes for patterned plates and update your pillows and throws. And be sure to bring in the scents of the season with a harvest-scented candle or calming essential oils. Tantalize Your Tastebuds Trade-in your lemonade and watermelon wedges for a warm latte and fresh-baked cinnamon roll. Sprinkle on the nutmeg and allspice. Dish up seasonal favorites like sweet potatoes, caramel apples, and creamy pumpkin soup. Want more inspiration? Here are 20 must-try recipes that are sure to bring the flavors of Fall to your table. Create a New Look 2020’s fashion forecast puts white in the spotlight. Designers everywhere are taking the hue to new heights with bold textures and bridal-inspired touches. Tonal outfits are also on the scene; pick a favorite color and layer from head to toe. Seasonal staples like structured blazers and plaid continue to be wardrobe VIP’s, but consider a style refresh with these ideas from Harper’s Bazaar.  Enjoy the Great Outdoors While heading out to the apple orchards and pumpkin patches are staples to the season, stay active by taking a stroll through a park or going on a hike, the changing of colors and brisk weather makes the experience a whole new adventure. Pick up the pace at some of the season’s most highly-anticipated running events, designed to benefit charities and organizations around the world. Events are virtual and in-person, so everyone has a chance to participate. On your mark, get set, go—find your next cardio-loving run here. Organize your Calendar Make time for the things that matter in your life. Whether you’re arranging a virtual office event or scheduling a drive-in movie date with friends, maintaining an organized calendar will help you strike a healthy balance between work, play, and self. Enjoy your best version of Fall 2020! 

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