So, there’s no better time than now to start planning on ways to make the most out of the year’s most pleasurable season. And luckily, there is no shortage of ways to enjoy the cool, dry days of autumn outdoors. Here’s our list of seven must-do activities to enjoy with your friends and family this fall.
Attend a Football Game
Go on a Nature Hike
Go Apple Picking
Pick Pumpkins – Or Christmas Trees
Take a Scenic Drive
Okay, raking leaves isn’t high on most people’s lists of “fun fall activities,” but there is pleasure to be found even in this task. Raking leaves can be a meditative practice. It allows you the time to work things through your head while you’re raking the yard. In fact, you won’t believe how many problems you can solve just by dwelling on them while you rake. With your body doing one thing and your mind doing another, it’s the ultimate multi-task situation. Or, if you like to read but have been too busy lately to find the spare time to dedicate to it, slip on a pair of headphones and listen to an audiobook.
What All Outdoor Fall Activities Have in Common
Fall is simply the best time of year to be outside. Besides having the most pleasant temperatures and scenery, the season doesn’t have winter’s brutal and inclement weather, spring’s congestive pollen, or summer’s oppressive heat and humidity.
But if there’s one thing that all outdoor fall activities have in common, it’s that the sun can be especially bright. With fewer leaves on the trees, there’s nothing standing in the way between you and the blinding light of the sun. So, your reliance on your sunglasses and other eyewear may be slightly higher during this time of year.
And with so many things to do this fall, the last thing you should have to worry about is keeping your eyewear where it’s supposed to be. Cablz straps for glasses offer innovative solutions that keep your eyewear in place – minus the uncomfortable and restrictive feeling you usually experience from other types of sunglasses straps. Shop our selection of sunglass lanyards today and get outside and make the most out of this fall.