How to Make the Best of this Year’s Halloween!

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Lana Collins, Opinions + Advice Journalist

How do you make the most of this year’s spookiest holiday? The smartest solution is to do all your regular Halloween celebrations on Saturday instead of Sunday. So move all your plans so that you can party all night long; safely, of course. Get together with some friends and make treats or watch movies or maybe dance your heart out. If you remember, last year’s Halloween was on a Saturday, so you obviously have to make up for last year’s Covid-Ween.

The thing that is going to be the rage this year is outdoor celebrations. Partying outside keeps everyone safe, and why not spend one of our most likely warmest Halloweens in the perfect fall weather? It invites more people and tends to be more of an open space then cramping in a home. You can admire the night sky with everyone dressed up around you.

Partying isn’t always everyone’s style either. Take this Halloween timing as an opportunity. Stay in and cuddle up with a nice warm blanket and watch some horror movies to get into the spirit. Oct. 31 is the day where you can eat all the candy and junk food you want with absolutely no shame, as much as that should be every day of the year.

Halloween can be celebrated any way you want and that’s what is so great about it. No one can tell you how to celebrate. Make the best out of this Halloween by making it YOUR Halloween.