3 things the fall season teaches you

The fall season is here, which means the leaves are changing color, the temperatures are dropping, football games are being played, and people all over the country are preparing for Thanksgiving.

We tend to think of fall as a time of rest and relaxation, but there is also a lot we can learn from the falling leaves and chilled air. Here are three things you can take away from your favourite season:

- "accept changes as a part of your life "

Fall is a time of change. As the season is changing, one has to accept that all will soon change. Some things are just inevitable. The leaves are falling from the trees, the weather is getting colder and it seems like anything good in life is coming to an end. But as we know there’s always a new beginning to look forward to and it’s also a time for change in our lives.

Change can be scary; however, when we welcome it instead of dreading it or ignoring it, change becomes easier to manage. Fall teaches us this. We begin preparing for the cold weather by wearing jackets and stocking up on soup mixes. Even though there are many changes occurring around us—the temperature getting colder every day until winter comes along—we know that these things are temporary too.

The ability to accept that things can be different than you thought or imagined them to be is an important one. If you expect the world to stay the same, then when it doesn’t live up to your expectations you feel disappointed and angry. As if the world has failed you when in fact it’s just moving on, doing what it does naturally—changing, growing, and evolving without any regard for your wishes or desires.

-" let go of some things to welcome new ones "

As we say goodbye to summer and welcome fall, we can learn to let go of what we no longer need or want, welcoming something new into our lives, and starting fresh with a renewed perspective.

This is the time to let go of all your bad habits, grudges, and negative thoughts. All those things will only hold you back from moving forward. Also, it’s good time to take a look at what you own and ask yourself if you really need it. If so, get rid of everything else that’s not needed anymore.