Fall clean up in Polish – jesienne porządki Posted by on Oct 10, 2016 in Nature, Outdoors, Phrases, Polish Language

Fall is here in New England and it looks absolutely stunning! You can see amazing colors everywhere:)

This is the view from my every day walk:


Definitely my favorite time of the year. Sunny days (mostly), chilly nights, bright colors, bon fires! Love it all!

Do you do a fall clean up around the house? Cleaning the garage, raking the leaves…

This is what on my fall clean up list:

Cleaning the garage – sprzątanie garażu

Well, it’s actually my husband who does it…and he does amazing job!

Putting outdoor furniture away – pakowanie mebli ogrodowych

Raking leaves – grabienie liści

Putting all summer toys away – pakowanie zabawek letnich 

Cleaning out the basement – sprzątanie piwnicy

Changing bedding to the warm, winter one – Zmiana pościeli na ciepłą, zimową

Stocking up the pantry – magazynowanie/uzupełnianie spiżarni (I stock up on all the ingredients I use for baking, soups and all amazing warm dishes that taste so good when the weather gets cooler!)

Reorganizing my closet – reorganizacja mojej szafy – I switch all my clothing from summer to the the winter ones, make the winter ones priority and easy accessible in my:)

Washing the windows – mycie okien ….I have to admit I slacked on this one this time..:(

What else?…I think everyone has their own agenda. Let’s enjoy this beautiful time and get ready for the coming winter…prediction is that is going to be a cold one with a  lot of snow here in New Hampshire. We live here, because we love the snow, so I’m really excited!


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About the Author: Kasia

My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew near Lublin, Poland and moved to Warsaw to study International Business. I have passion for languages: any languages! Currently I live in New Hampshire. I enjoy skiing, kayaking, biking and paddle boarding. My husband speaks a little Polish, but our daughters are fluent in it! I wanted to make sure that they can communicate with their Polish relatives in our native language. Teaching them Polish since they were born was the best thing I could have given them! I have been writing about learning Polish language and culture for Transparent Language’s Polish Blog since 2010.


  1. Pam Prophet:

    I think I will bring my potted plants in tonight. It could be our first frost in southern NH!

    • Kasia:

      @Pam Prophet Another thing I forgot about! Thank you for reminding Pam:)

  2. Pam Prophet:

    I read October is the month for the best sales on clothing. We should all add that our lists!

    • Kasia:

      @Pam Prophet Great idea Pam! Definitely adding it to list:) Clothes shopping – zakupy ubrań!

  3. Kris Lange:

    I am 68 and grew up as a toddler learning both English and Polish. My grandmother made sure of the Polish part! She came to this country in 1905 at the age of 16 (from around the Warsaw area) and died at 102 yrs. of age. Oh, to have her back for a day or two so I could ask her questions I never thought to ask before! I do so enjoy all these articles and am “refreshing” my language skills. It’s hard when no one in SW Missouri speaks Polish!

    • Kasia:

      @Kris Lange Thank you Kris! I’m so happy you enjoy theses articles.