I was thinking about fall…

Fall is a special time for book lovers like myself and for the last couple of days I’ve been walking to and from work, thinking about why I love this season as much as I do. So I ended up making a list.

The Colours


There’s something so incredibly beautiful about the world around us changing into red, yellow and brown tones. I love all the seasons, but fall is definitely the one the prettiest of them all.

Even though the temperature drops, the new beauty in my surroundings puts the warmth back in me.

Warm Clothes


On Sunday I packed away summer dresses and made room for knitted sweaters and warm skirts. The fact that I can get warm and comfy when I’m LEAVING the house is pure perfection in my mind!

And I’m very lucky to have a mom that loves to knit and knits beautiful clothes (like my Marius-sweater in the picture) so I get to have a personal and lovely piece of my family close to me whenever I want 🙂

Hot Beverages


I drink coffee (and other hot beverages) all year round, but my hot beverage intake increases when the temperature drops for sure!

On the go or at home in my pyjamas. Any time is a perfect time for a hot cup of something!

Sunsets and Darkness


Winter depression? Never had it! I love the dark time of the year. It’s the time to explore in the dark, read good books, write good books and be creative in general.

Every year, the darkness brings an extra dose of creativity my way and I think that’s one of the main things that makes fall the perfect time of year for me, only topped by Christmas, because…. Christmas!!


Just a few of the things that make me happy about fall! There’s so many more, and I would love to hear yours!

Have a wonderful and creative fall!!

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