Wouldn’t you agree? As we (in the northern hemisphere) move towards the dark, it’s important to gather up all the golden moments of autumn and squirrel them away for winter. Fall always seems to be the season that scurries by the fastest and that may be why it steals my heart year after year. I’m always trying to grasp onto those last warm weekends and the fresh fall air before the weather turns frigid.
“I cannot endure to waste anything so precious as autumnal sunshine by staying in the house.”
This year I’m going to try my hardest to spend lots of hours outside (I camped at the McDowell Nature Preserve last night) and appreciate each moment that autumn brings. I’m also going to make it a point to welcome the long nights of autumn and winter. Life is about balance and change and the sooner we welcome and appreciate those changes the easier life will be. So dust off your dream catcher, pull out your comforter and screw in a daylight bulb near your reading nook, but before you do that, find your favorite fall outfit, take lots of walks and soak in the season. Happy Equinox!