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Fall is here with October close behind it. As we all know, fall is a time of harvest for farmers, but it can also be a time of harvest for you! Don’t let the falling leaves and dropping temperatures slow you down. It’s time to take charge and make this your most productive season.

Bring Warmth to Your Life

It gets colder as fall drifts closer and closer to winter, so you’re probably already pulling out extra blankets and reuniting with your favorite sweaters. But, adding warmth to your life isn’t all about texture and that undeniable urge to curl up on the couch with a hot drink.

Warm up your routine and your everyday interactions by keeping a gratitude log, making sure to spend time with friends, and arranging and decorating your space with things that bring you joy. Each of these things will make your fall feel bright and joyful even before it’s time to celebrate Thanksgiving!


The things you focused on during the summer might not be the same things you want to work on this fall. Now is the perfect time to reassess your goals and strategies moving forward. Take a moment to sit down and list everything you want to accomplish this season. Now, what steps do you have to take to make those things happen?


The cool weather, cozy blankets, and colorful fall decorations can make this season slow and peaceful. That isn’t a bad thing, but don’t let this relaxing period of the year affect your motivation to do the things you want and love to do. Figure out how to include all of your favorite activities in your everyday schedule. Plus, make sure that everything you need to accomplish your goal is always right where you need it. This might mean reorganizing your schedule, your desk, your dance bag, and maybe even your room! Take the start of the season to do some “fall cleaning”, you won’t regret it!


This is where you focus on harvesting the good things in your life. You don’t have to wait for the holiday season to kick in before you start celebrating everything you have done this year and all of the amazing people that have supported you on your journey! Get out your “done list” and start looking at all of your successes so far this year before you start adding more things to your to-do list.

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Veronica Good has been with Showstopper Magazine since 2016. When she isn't keeping you updated on the latest trends, she is at home with her many pets or probably playing The Sims 4. Veronica has a BA in English and an MA in writing from Coastal Carolina University. She is also a writer of fiction and poetry, and her work can be found in Archarios, Tempo, and Scapegoat.