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By Ayanna Thompson. Go apple picking. Apples are responsible for some pretty bomb fall treats — think apple cider, apple pie, apple butter, candy apples, and on and on. See a drive-in movie. Pull up on this oldie but goodie, and let yourself drift back in time. Many drive-ins that are still in operation show recent flicks at a cheaper price than their brick-and-mortar counterparts. Take a hayride through a pumpkin patch.
Sometimes the hayride host or hostess tells ghost stories, and sometimes you can get dropped off at an apple orchard or in the pumpkin patch to pick fruits to take home. And then, carve any pumpkin you pick. Add in a flameless candle for effect, and your masterpiece will be literally lit. Enjoy a g host tour with your crew. Discover local haunted history at sites you may never have visited; or, if true stories of spirits are a bit too scary for your liking, check out a play haunted house or haunted amusement park attraction nearby. Hit up Afropunk.
Missed it this year? Binge watch your fave Halloween movies. Start on college apps. Now is the time to start applying to schools, so you can have time to retake any standardized tests or correct any mistakes if need be. It also just reduces the stress of the school year overall. Cozy up with some fall bevvies.
Maple pecan seems to be the new literally hot thing. Try it in your coffee or chai, or stick with a familiar classic like pumpkin flavoring. Of course, hot cocoa, apple cider, and seasonal teas are always a good look, too. Get into a good read. The average American teen spends about nine hours a day in front of some sort of screen computer, phone, tablet, etc.
Take back your mind, and read an actual physical book for fun or spend some time writing or drawing. Purge your closet. There are a ton of ways you can donate and feel good about where the items go. Check yourself. Are you on track? What goals have you forgotten? What new ones are you pursuing? Take a a few moments, a day, a weekend, whatever you need, to recharge and cself.
And then, rock out the last couple months of the like the magical Black girl you are. Bake cookies. About those fall flavors though. By Ayanna Thompson 1. CreateHer Stock 9. Giphy Share this: Tweet. Like this: Like Loading Tags: Carefree Black Girl fall fun Halloween. Loading Comments Name Website.Bucket list is for some female ebony
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