25 Autumn blog post ideas

Anyone that knows me knows that I freaking hate summer. I hate it. I hate it I hate it I hate it with a roaring passion. The heat; nope. The bugs; nope. The hay fever; nope. All of it is just a big fat nope for me. My favourite time of the year is Autumn, especially that first day when summer is coming to an end and you step outside and the air feels fresher and crisper for the first time in months and you can feel Autumn on its way. Ugh, that feeling is just beautiful and brings with it all sorts of nice feelings for Autumn and a new season with new goals and new things to focus on.

I always like the start of a new season (apart from summer but all the other seasons are okay!) , I always find myself the most motivated, eager to work and blog and start projects. I think it’s the idea of something coming to an end e.g. the season before and a whole new something is waiting to start. It comes with new possibilities, new goals and things to look forward to and focus on. A new dynamic in the world as people are gearing up ready for it to get colder. Blogs start changing from summery and pastel colours to warm oranges and autumnal colours.

Same with the shops, as they change their clothes and start bringing in jumpers and fluffy socks and as window displays start putting up Halloween decorations or Christmas decorations. Even publishers start bringing out more Autumn and winter themed books to leave the sweet, summery covers full of beaches and palm trees behind for another year. I love, love, love that feeling of change in the world collectively as everyone (at least in the UK!) prepares for the change.

So, if you’re like me and you love that change to and want to start preparing for Autumn and the months ahead, I’ve provided a list of Autumn based blog post ideas for you to use for Autumn! It’s nice to be prepared sometimes and if, like me, you can’t stand summer, it’ll be a nice distraction from the stifling heat outside!

  1. Reflection on your summer
  2. Your goals for Autumn / the latter part of the year
  3. Halloween recipe
  4. Your favourite scary movies
  5. Autumn wish-list
  6. Pumpkin based recipe
  7. Why you love Autumn
  8. Perfect Autumn make-up look
  9. How to look after your skin / lips when the weather gets colder
  10. DIY: Halloween decorations
  11. Your favourite comfort foods
  12. How to: Perfect bonfire night hot chocolate
  13. Things you need for a great bonfire night party
  14. 5 things you want to achieve before the end of the year
  15. Favourite clothing items to wear in Autumn
  16. Autumn bucket list
  17. Your dream Halloween costume
  18. Christmas wish list
  19. Places you want to visit this Autumn
  20. Your ideal way to spend a chilly day
  21. Fluffy jumpers wish-list this Autumn
  22. Books I want to read this Autumn
  23. Your favourite bonfire night
  24. Your dream Halloween party
  25. Keeping your pets safe on Halloween & bonfire night

If you use any of these posts, do let me know and link your post below as I would love to see it! Are you a summer or Autumn lover? Are you looking forward to Autumn? Got any of your own Autumn blog posts planned? Let me know!


96 thoughts on “25 Autumn blog post ideas

  1. Oh I love autumn! Should love summer as it’s when my birthday is but I’ve always just loved the smells & colours if autumn, not to mention the need for cozy woolly clothing 😍 Perfect season for knitters

    • SAME! My birthday is 4th September so it can swing either way really. Sometimes it’s really hot and still in summer mode and sometimes it’s turning cooler. Few years ago it was almost 30 on my b-day! The smell of Autumn… mmm! 🍂

    • Ugh me neither! Honestly I become a complete recluse in the summer cos I barely go out cos it’s too hot or my hay fever is too bad hahaha Autumn and fluffy jumpers and tea over summer ANY day! Glad you liked the post, Sean (: xx

  2. I always look forward to the idea of summer but just ONE hot sweltering day & I’m melting so I agree roll on autumn. Especially where I live, the kids go back to school, the holiday makers piss off back home & I get the beach to myself. Much prefer a stormy sea it’s so dramatic but everyone else misses that! Warm fluffy jumpers, hot chocolate, good book .. perfection 🙂 xx

  3. Will definitely​ be using some of these ideas. I like summer because it means time off of school but I cannot stand the heat and being sweaty. I love how when it gets to autumn​/winter you can wrap yourself up in blankets and drink hot chocolate with the fairy lights on. X

  4. These are some amazing ideas for autumn posts! I’m so excited for autumn and winter x

    Kayleigh Zara 🌿www.kayleighzaraa.com

  5. Just having a read of this post makes me incredibly excited for Autumn- time for bold, warm eyeshadow looks and cosy sweaters to return!

    Gabija | everylittlethingblog.weebly.com

  6. Aw, I’m so sorry to hear that summer isn’t really your season, Jenny! With the delightful British weather, it’ll be autumn before we know it! I’ll definitely be writing a reflection on my summer, I set myself some summer goals so it’ll be great to see how many I achieve! Love how prepared you are for the next season already – can’t wait for your autumn content!

    Abbey 👑 http://www.abbeylouisarose.co.uk

  7. I agree with you Jenny, I’m really not a big fan of summer at all! Autumn is my favourite time of year so I’ll definitely be returning to this in the colder months for inspiration! X

  8. I love Autumn, the colours of the leaves, walking in forests, pretty photos, hot chocolate by the fire…the list goes on! As much as Summer can be great for going out and about I too can’t stand the heat or the insects that go with it! This is a brilliant post and great post ideas too!

  9. Adore adore adore Autumn, have affinities with all the different seasons for different reasons but the beauty of Autumn, plus the cosyness and Halloween with the kids kind of seal it as one of my favourite seasons! Great post:)

      • Would you believe nearly my fave day of the year, not just with the excitement and dressing up, it’s also that smell in the air and the general feel out there, I love it!! It does help that we’re more in the country, when I lived in a town it could be a bit tough sometimes, and back then we had a doggie so it was more worrying than anything!

  10. Jenny, you have provided me with loads of inspiration for the upcoming months! Huge thanks for that! I will definitely use some of these ideas, post the links here and tag you in those posts 🙂

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