You’ve suddenly realized that it’s almost Halloween and you haven’t even thought about decorating your house yet. If that’s the case, you’re probably one of the 22% of shoppers that leave their shopping to the last two weeks before the harrowing holiday.
Whilst it’s easy enough to pop out to a Halloween store and just buy some decorations, doing so can be expensive as prices of popular items can sometimes be inflated, if there are any left at all, and lines will be long!
So, what about making your own Halloween decorations of your own?
Halloween is near, but don’t fear.
Decorating your home for Halloween may be difficult for many reasons. First, there’s the huge variety of extraordinary Halloween decorations in stores that may drive you crazy as it’s just too much for you to decide what to buy. Secondly, you may want to be original but find every store is filled with similar products.
But most importantly, maybe you don’t want to spend too much money on Halloween decorations.
At this time of year, children’s imaginations are working overtime. Whilst some children may be a little scared, there will be many who can’t wait until they are able to put on their costumes, go trick-or-treating, and eat lots of Halloween candy.
What helps to engage this burst of creativity is making Halloween decorations. However, many traditional decoration activities, such as carving pumpkins, can be a little unsuitable for children as they may get hurt or the tasks are too difficult for them.
Halloween is approaching and you may be thinking about a spooky makeover for your garden.
This year you may want to have different Halloween decorations to what you had last year. Maybe carved pumpkins and inflatable lawn ghosts are no longer for you?
Time for change!
Halloween is the time of the year when people like to be scared. Well, at least some people seem to enjoy it! Choosing costumes, decorating houses, or throwing parties are only some ways of creating and atmosphere of fear.
First carved pumpkins appear in the neighborhood. Then you start noticing paper bats, plastic spiders, and spiderwebs in the stores.
Halloween is approaching!
Not everyone likes to be scared. Not everyone likes dressing up. Not everyone likes candy.
Not everyone likes Halloween!
The leaves are turning yellow and orange. The air is getting chillier. It can only mean one thing:
Winter Halloween is coming.
Even if you’re not one to celebrate the holiday, you can’t avoid noticing it. Not only do the stores noticeably start pedaling more and more Halloween wears, you’ll no doubt have at least one friend on social media who hasn’t shut up about the super spooky holiday since mid-August.
Not many people are aware of the importance of thorough preparation for minor injuries at home, or at least not enough, and you may be one of those people.
The home is the most common place for accidents, followed by the workplace. In Europe, 3.5%-15.8% of accidents occured at home in 2014.
As it’s important to be prepared for these minor injuries and illnesses, having a complete home first aid kit is key to home safety.
So what should a home first aid kit contain?
1 October is World Vegetarian Day, followed swiftly by World Vegan Day on 1 November which also marks the start of Vegan Month. Then there’s Veganuary where people try to be vegan for the entirety of January to raise money for charity, and Veguary in February for vegetarian-based philanthropy.
…what if you like meat?