Be Neighborly on Your Front Porch This Fall

White and Orange Pumpkins on a Table

As the days and evenings grow cooler, memories of socializing on your front porch might seem out of season, but fall is a perfect time for porch gatherings. Get your decor on Freshen your porch by sweeping and mopping the floor, cleaning the windows, and beating the throw pillows. If you have a summer wreath…

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You Don’t Need a Hunting License for Pumpkin Season

A Slice of Toasted Pumpkin Bread with a Pat of Melted Butter

When autumn comes to mind, I suspect many visualize pumpkins before the gold, orange, and red of turning leaves.   Maybe these gourds have an unfair advantage with the attention they receive when Starbucks announces the return of its Pumpkin Spice Latte.   Manufacturers have also jumped on the pumpkin spice bandwagon by adding this…

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Curating Your Unique Autumn Experience

Autumn Leaves Hung on a Rope

Autumn, more often referred to as fall in North America, marks the transition from summer to winter.  Temperatures grow cooler, and daylight grows shorter.  This sensual transition brings the excitement of family and holiday traditions, with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other December festivities arriving at a seemingly rapid-fire pace.   Symbolism of Fall Fall is…

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