One of the hardest things about being the mom during the school year, is always needing to be on the top of my game while on the go. We have activities before school AND after school every single day, so I don’t have time for a slow morning for a mid afternoon slump. My favorite go to kick start is Dannon® Oikos® Yogurt Drinks**. They have 10g of Protein per 7 fl oz and zero added sugar*. Not only do Dannon® Oikos® Yogurt Drinks have an excellent source of high quality complete protein, but is also an excellent source calcium and vitamin D. They also have 4g of Fiber per 7 fl oz and live and active cultures. They come in secure bottles that makes it easy to throw one in my bag on the way to the school to volunteer.
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They are both a delicious way to eat well on-the-go. Both yogurt drinks are now available in 4 packs in the refrigerated section at Walmart making it easy to stock up for all of those mom moments where you need more energy.
*Not a low calorie food. **Keep Refrigerated
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Even though we are always on the go, I don’t want to miss anything this fall, so I have put together this cute printable Fall Bucket List, it is everything we want to make sure we accomplish this fall from movies we want to watch to recipes we want to try. Read more about what we are excited to do this fall and download the free printable below.
Go to a football game. From the tailgaiting to the kick off. Nothing says fall quite like football. Watching a game whether it is in person or on the TV is the perfect way to celebrate the cooler weather.
Visit a Corn Maze. Find your way through a field of corn with your family. For an added spooky element find a haunted one or go at night with flashlights.
Go hiking. Enjoy the beautiful crisp cool air and squeeze in a few hikes before snow falls.
Go to a Pumpkin Patch. It isn’t quite fall until there are pumpkins sitting on people’s porches. I love taking my kids to our local pumpkin patch so they can find just the right pumpkin.
Visit a Farm. From petting zoos to picking your own vegetables. Fall is the perfect time to visit your local farm.
Drive through the country or the mountains. Lose yourself in the gorgeous autumn landscapes.
Try a pumpkin recipe. Fall is one of my favorite times to get baking. It is cooler outside, so I don’t need to worry about the house heating up and I get the chance to bake all things pumpkin! From French Toast to the World’s Best Pumpkin Cake. We love making it all.
Paint or Carve Pumpkins. Who doesn’t love decorating pumpkins? We usually carve ours on Halloween but if carving isn’t your thing, no worries, try out some of our no carve pumpkin ideas here.
Go on a Hay Ride. Hay rides are like a fall rite of passage. There is usually one at our local farm that we are sure to hit up.
Dress up for Halloween. We do a family costume every year and it is an absolute blast. I think even grown ups need to dress up once in a while.
Jump in a leaf pile. You have to rake up all of the leaves anyway, you might as well jump in them while you are at it!
Watch a spooky movie. We always have a list of movies we need to make it through in October. Every year we watch Hocus Pocus, Double Double Toil and Trouble, Casper, the Nightmare Before Christmas and Hotel Transylvania. Some other fun kids Halloween movies include Coraline, Halloweentown, Monster House and Frankenweenie.
Make homemade chili. There is something about homemade chili that just signals the world that falls has come. We love to enjoy our in bread bowls.
Roast Pumpkin Seeds. I love munching on pumpkin seeds after Halloween. You can find a simple way to make them here.
Go to a Haunted House. This isn’t my thing, but it isn’t a fall bucket list without a haunted house on it.
Bake Cookies. Get into the fall baking spirit with a delicious cookie recipe.
Burn a fall candle. Make your house smell all warm and cozy with a delicious fall scent.
Decorate for Fall. From your porch to your mantel, add fall leaves to all the things.
Make a Fall Wreath. Your door wants to be festive too. Make a cute fall or a spooky Halloween Wreath.
Bake a Pie. Because….. pie.
Pick Apples. Track down your local orchard and see if they let people come pick apples.
Make Caramel Apples. Go simple or get fancy, but everyone needs a caramel apple in the fall.
Go Trick-or-Treating. The crowning glory of all fall bucket lists, go trick-or-treating of course!
What would you add to your Fall Bucket List? Download this one below!
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