1. Create An Extra “Dress Up” Day
Who says that you can only don a costume on October 31st? Life is for the living, right? Invite your colleagues, family members or friends to join you in dressing up, before All Hallows’ Eve arrives, just for fun. Try implementing a theme, too!
2. Read A Few Stories
This is a classic for a reason. Gather your loved ones together, grab a flashlight for a spooky punch and dive into a scary story. Take turns choosing tales.
3. Make A Snack Mix
4. Put On A Halloween Movie
Super easy and super simple! Press play and let the Halloween spirit flow through you.
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