Between all the mask-wearing, canceled playdates and virtual learning, it’s been a tough year for kids. Which is why many parents are trying to come up with solutions to keep fall celebrations going, including...
Break out the costumes!!From Delish
Grab a bag of candy corn and settle in.Originally Appeared on Glamour
There are a few things different about Halloween this year – we’re going to be setting our clocks an hour back, there’s a rare full moon, and it falls on a Saturday so you can stay up a little later sorting/pounding candy and reading R.L. Stine. “Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses,” the C.D.C said in a statement. “There are several safer, alternative ways to participate in Halloween.”
These effortless looks will have you winning All Hallows' EveFrom Country Living
If you've got teens, like I do, you already know that celebrating Halloween is no longer the simple holiday it used to be and finding fun Halloween activities for teens can be a literal nightmare. Remember the days when your Halloween to-do list looked like this? 1. Get/make costume for kid. 2. Take kid trick-or-treating. […]
Trick or treating meets social distancing!
Let us repeat: Halloween is not canceled this year. While in-person parties maybe out, socially distant trick-or-treating, watching 31 Days of Halloween, and eating all the candy safely from the comfort of your couch are fair game. And don't forget the Halloween decor — we just might even be taking that to the next level […]
Wait! Not all the fun is cancelled.
Put your best face forward.From Country Living
The only form of candy corn I like!!
The pandemic can't keep you from enjoying these Halloween favorites, safely.
Snickers, Almond Joy, toothbrush...wait, what? Yep, we all know that a kid’s trick-or-treating haul can be a mixed bag. It just so happens that Halloween...
In case you don't want "Monster Mash" on repeat!From Country Living
Who knows what All Hallows Eve will look like this year, but one thing’s for sure: You can have an awesome entryway, even if trick-or-treaters don’t come to your stoop (more candy for you anyway, right?). These...
Halloween's a big holiday in our house, and so we're throwing a pandemic Halloween. Here's some ideas to help make the big day a special one.
"I know it’s a privilege to have any spare brain cells to think something as trivial as Halloween celebrations. But it’s still another grief, albeit a small one, in a year of unending grief."
So you can be safe and spooky at the same time! From Cosmopolitan
There are. so many varieties to choose from.
The FDA warns that eating just 2 ounces of black licorice a day for two weeks could cause arrhythmia, or irregular heart rhythm, especially for people who are age 40 or older.