I am such a sucker for reflection pictures. It’s also impossible for me to not take a picture when I walk past this view each night.
To figure out how to celebrate, I googled it. Wikihow came to the rescue. “How to Celebrate Autumn Equinox.”
I decided to go with suggestions 5, 6, and 8.
5 – Make a list of your inner harvest.
I think this kind of thing is very important. Sit down, take a look at how life has gone over the past few seasons, and make an inventory. I like to list out things that are demanding my attention, then list them in order of the priority I am giving them vs what I should be giving them. This site also suggested to be grateful for what you have. Pondering or listing blessings always helps me put things in perspective.
6 – Express your fall awe.
As I was walking to rehearsal from the train today I took a moment to appreciate the lovely weather. New York City is so amazing in the fall. I took this picture that basically looks like I am taking a selfie with a cab. Whatevs.
8 – Seek to improve your health.
I’ve been walking home from work every night lately. It’s so nice! This is all in an effort to be more active and healthy and tonight was no change. I took the lovely reflection photo above on this walk that takes me through Central Park.
I’ve had a lovely summer, but I’m looking forward to the change in the air, cooler weather, and the beauty that comes with fall. Happy Autumnal Equinox. Let’s go eat/drink all the pumpkin flavored things.
- National Cherries Jubilee Day
- National Punctuation Day
- Schwenkfelder Thanksgiving
- Innergize Day – Day after the Autumn Equinox