September Checklist: 7 Things You Need To Do This Month

September is just around the corner and since it is the first month of the fall season, you need to get yourself in the right mood for the approaching autumn. With these 7 goals that you set at the beginning of the month, you will be able to get ready for the fall and organize your life in no time!

September Checklist

Declutter your house

Every season should start with a decluttering so that you can organize your belongings and get your wardrobe and living areas prepared for the upcoming months. Try to donate, sell, and recycle as much as possible to minimize the created waste as well as to give a second life to those things that you don’t find useful anymore.

Take supplements

It is exactly during the autumn season that people start feeling more and more tired, exhausted, and with zero energy or motivation to do anything. The lack of vitamin D as well as other vitamins and minerals is an important reason why it happens, so make sure to stay on top of your physical condition by taking the right supplements.

Buy a knit garment

No autumn is complete without a cozy sweater or a chunky cardigan that you can wear to protect yourself on a gloomy day. This year, get yourself an Irish knit from Keily’s, and thanks to its warm wool and unique design you can wear it both at home and when going out. On especially cold days, you can layer your Irish cardigan over a shirt or a thinner sweater and you’ll get an excellent, cozy outfit.

Try a new restaurant

Start a new season by trying out a new restaurant or coffee shop that you’ve always eyed. To make it even more memorable, you can go to a place that specializes in a cuisine that is completely new for you, so that you become more culinarily enlightened as well.

Read a book

Autumn is the season when all you want is to spend your evenings curling under a blanket with a good book and relaxing while listening to the rain. Some book recommendations for the month of September include “A Secret History” by Donna Tartt, “The Night Circus” written by Erin Morgenstern, and Diane Setterfield’s “The Thirteenth Tale”.

Start going out more

September offers some of the most beautiful landscapes of the year, which means that once the leaves start turning brown and the temperatures get chillier, it is a must to go out as much as possible to fully admire all the natural beauties. Plus, this can also be a great way to be more physically active as well which is so important especially if you work from home and don’t get to spend too much time outside.

Make baked goodies

Finally, for me September is all about the smell of apple pie, cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting, and strudels, so try and make some baked goodies this month. You can bake your sweets on your own or transform it into a fun family bonding time, for example by letting your kids decorate the cupcakes with frosting or by trying out a new recipe with your significant other

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