The Everygirl’s Fall 2020 Bucket List

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Fall is by far my favorite season: I prefer cozy knit over cut-off shorts, the excitement of Christmas is still to come, and my birthday falls at the end of September (shout out to my fellow Libras!). I knew that when I moved from Chicago to sunny Los Angeles last year that I’d be making a lot of sacrifices (no longer seeing my family regularly, insufferable FOMO during pre-pandemic office days and team happy hours, and saying goodbye to my beloved Ugg boots). But one of the worst? Missing out on the changing leaves and cooler temps when September rolls around. 

Fall might look a little different this year for all of us. Even if you still get the changing leaves and cooler temps (lucky!), you’ll probably give up Halloween parties, first days back to school, football games, and pumpkin patches with your crew. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy all the sugar, pumpkin…

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