You’re going to want to cozy up for this one—our October playlist is here, and she’s brought all the Fall feels.
The playlist is here to satisfy all of your easy listening needs. It’s the perfect soundtrack for early rising, an evening stroll, cooking dinner, background music while you study, work, or read, and best of all—it’s great for a Sunday in bed, as tested and approved by our staff writer, Kat Frey.
Crank the volume up, and let the soothing sounds of Julia Jacklin, Aimee Mann and Kina ease you into Fall. In the spirit of the season, we’ve pulled together some things for you try to the beat of our playlist:
1. Vision Boarding on Pinterest:
Been thinking of giving your place a refresh? We’ve got you covered.
Grab a seat on the couch, make yourself a pot of coffee or tea, hit play, and start mapping out your design inspiration on Pinterest.
Disclaimer: You may enjoy yourself so much that without realizing, you’ll spend your entire afternoon on this one.
2. Go For a Sunrise Stroll
Before it really gets cold outside, we highly recommend taking a sunrise stroll, either on the weekend, or before work!
Grab your keys, your headphones (or don’t, and listen to nature), a sweater, and head out the door.
Soon, there will be snow on the ground and you won’t be able to leave the house without wearing at least three layers—take advantage of the weather and start your day off right.
For this one, you can’t go wrong with If I Could Write by Sam Phillips!
3. Knitting & Crocheting
Let’s not forget that the holidays are right around the corner—who doesn’t love a handmade scarf?
If you’re looking for your next knitting project, head to our favorite pattern maker Two Of Wands.
Whether you’re an expert, or just stitching for the soul, this is the perfect fall activity—and you know we’ve got you covered with all the right tunes.
We recommend A Letter to My Younger Self by Ambar Lucid to set the mood!
4. Put Pen to Paper
If there’s anything we learned in 2019, it’s that self care is essential.
Self care can mean making a to-do list, checking things off that to-do list, sketching, journaling, or listing your manifestations (any fans of Lacy Phillips in the house?!).
Carve out a few minutes for yourself, light your favorite candle, and put it all on paper.
We suggest Jolene by Ray LaMontagne to help get things started!
Rosebud’s October playlist is an entire Fall Mood. Whether you decide to take us up on our suggestions, or simply decide to take a drive—roll down the windows, turn up the volume, and enjoy!