Happy Halloween or Harvest or whatever people call it these days!

No matter what you call it, society has fully embraced this candy gorging, scary costume parading, staying out late and being a trickster holiday. It can be a ton a fun and a parent’s nightmare all at the same time! But no matter what age you or your kids are there are ways to celebrate safely and enjoy every minute of this crazy day!

Halloween for the little ones’-

With the younger generations it’s a great day for some crafts! There are countless ideas on Pinterest and google or if your in a hurry you can swing by almost any dollar store or craft store and pick up some easy craft kits. Also check for events happening in your community. Churches are a great place to let your little ones run off their sugar high because they focus on the harvest theme which is so much more fun at this young age. If you choose to take your little one’s out trick or treating, make sure to read my Top 5 List for a successfully fun time!

Halloween for kids and teens-

This day is a golden opportunity to teach your child the right and wrong in trickster land. That’s what it’s all about right? Trick-or-treating is what it’s all about at this age. So teach them how to play good humored tricks that are fun and not destructive. And remember that not all kids have this kind of parenting so power in numbers, and having a solid plan are the most important tips for keeping your kiddo’s safe!

Check out these fun tricks on Parents.com!

Halloween for adults-

If you’re attending a Halloween party this year, remember to keep in mind the fact that just because you can go wild in disguise doesn’t mean you should! Don’t be the drunk with the smeared makeup and the annoying cackle.img_2850

Tips to keep your dignity and your productive November 1st-

  1. Drink at least 90 ounces of water, like 3 big water bottles!
  2. Eat a big dinner no matter what!
  3. Always have a water back (glass of water after a drink)
  4. Have a ride home!

 

Here’s to wishing everyone a very fun and spooky Halloween night!

 

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