Nothing signifies autumn like crunching through dry leaves. Paper thin and weightless they collect in corners and drift silently down from trees until every one of them has fallen, leaving the tree naked for another season.
Tell your fall memories in this 100-page fall journal with lightly lined pages with prompts on one side and blank pages on the other. Write about the season telling your favorite things to do, eat, drink and wear. How do the colors of fall make you feel? On the blank pages, draw around fallen leaves and color them with pencils or water-soluble markers. Sketch other favorite fall items, apples, bare trees and anything else that strikes your fancy. Or, use the blank pages for more writing.
Putting down your thoughts in a journal is not just fun, it's a way to derive greater pleasure from the season.