With Fall right around the corner, I have started to prepare my list of things I need to do as we head into the colder months. As part of my preparation this year, I thought it might be fun to check out some articles to see what other recommendations and thoughts I could find beyond what I normally have. I came across this article from The Art Of Doing Stuff that I thought was fun and gave me a few new ideas. Let me know what you think! Tim Houterloot - Broker/Realtor 317-997-0165 cell email@example.com Source: The Art Of Doing Stuff | Repost Houterloot 9/16/2021 - The first day that I wear flannel pyjamas to bed marks the official start of fall for me. The next day the fluffy blanket for the sofa comes out, I stop shaving my legs and I start my annual thumbs exercises so in a couple of weeks I’m can quickly scroll past all the perfect-families-in-matching-plaid-picking-apples photos on Instagram. The shadows are longer, the streets are quieter and I’m hankering for anything made with cheese and potatoes. Last year there aren’t gaggles of kids walking to school, there was just the odd child standing on the street in a mask looking forlorn.
This year things are a bit livelier. Since I just lit a pumpkin spice candle I’m going to assume it is indeed fall. YAY FALL!! Every season is my favourite season when I’m at the start of it. So hello fall … you’re my favourite. I even like the home maintenance tasks associated with autumn like raking leaves and stacking firewood. I like them for exactly half an hour and then I want to set the leaves, the firewood and my hair on fire with a pumpkin spice candle. Getting ready for winter can be both gross and exciting so I’ve comprised a list of all the things that you should do to get ready to fall. Both the fun and the not so fun. Read the full article...
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