As a child, the whole concept of Halloween seems too good to be true. You get to wear a costume, knock on strangers’ doors, and ask them for candy. Then, you pretty much eat as much candy as you want for an entire night.
Are you a working mom? Add a touch of spookiness to your office space this season by decorating your cubicle in a spook-tacular fashion.
We've put together a few creative ideas for cubicle decorating themes to help you celebrate Halloween.
Remember, adding a festive touch to your office space may be just what your co-workers need to get in the holiday spirit!
Do you love to curl up on the couch and watch scary movies? While some of the classic horror flicks might be a little TOO scary for little ones, there are plenty of fun and frightful films that won't leave you with nightmares!
Here are some of our favorite Halloween movies that are just spooky enough for a family movie night:
It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Do you get stressed out every October, trying to come up with the perfect Halloween costume for your little darling?
Fear not! It doesn't have to be a daunting task. In fact there are tons of creative costumes that can be created in minutes using things you might already have laying around the house. So if you're a busy mom on a budget, here are four quick and easy Halloween costume ideas:
It's one of those days as a working mom when I wish I was somewhere else.
I've been stuck at the ballroom for a spooky Halloween special event. The ballroom is filled with cobwebs and Jack O' Lanterns and ghosts and goblins and I think this is one of my favorite Dancing with the Stars specials that we've ever done! But sadly, I did miss my kids' Halloween parade at school and I'm missing trick-or-treating with my babies tonight.
What do you get when you combine anthropologists, designers and engineers? Well, for one thing, some really interesting Halloween costumes!
The following is a guest post from Teri Gault, Lifestyle expert, money-saving guru, and CEO & founder of www.thegrocerygame.com.
Planning to throw a Halloween bash this year? If you need a spook-tacular appetizer to serve at your party, look no further. Try these devilish eggs - they look great and taste even better!
Creepy Eyeball Eggs
“They picked their Halloween costumes in July,” Heather says. “Of course they’d change their minds.”
“The problem is there are too many choices for kids,” Erin says and takes a sip of coffee.
Ghosts and goblins are often associated with Halloween, but they can also be frightening for young children. If you're looking for a more family-friendly Halloween, cute can be much better than scary.
Here are some great ideas for easy and adorable Halloween decorations. Perfect for getting you in the festive spirit and without spooking your little ones!
Halloween Candy Jars