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The leaves are changing and I have a sudden urge to carve a pumpkin just in time for October to begin! This is by far my favorite time of year and it comes and goes way too quickly. October is a fantastic month for resting up before the holiday season begins. I think the reason why Halloween isn’t until the 31st is, because once it is over, New Years will be here before we know it! I’m not trying to scare you, I just want to put October in perspective. Take this month to enjoy fall activities before the stressful holidays arrive. Go apple picking, visit a pumpkin patch, make a hearty soup, drink all of pumpkin lattes you can, and prepare the perfect Halloween costume. After an eventful September full of weddings and travels, I plan to take it easy and enjoy every moment of fall. Except for a quick trip home to California, I will be staying in New York City enjoying long walks in the park before it gets too cold and, perhaps, finally learning how to make cook soup. Hopefully our Indian summer will be leaving us soon and we can officially switch out our summer clothes for fall layers. There is a new leather moto jacket I recently bought that I am dying to wear. I look forward to sharing fall style stories with you this month including our weekly movie reviews.
On a side note, last month may have been this blog’s anniversary month, but October marks my sixth year living in New York City. I wasn’t sure at the time why I moved here, I just believed it was where I was supposed to be. Now, six years later, I am the happiest I have ever been, and I have this beautiful city to thank for it.
What do you have going on this month? Share in the comments below what you are looking forward to in October.
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