Halloween, take the time to live it creatively
It is often said that Valentine's Day is a commercial holiday. However, Halloween is no exception. Since this is a party for children, we close our eyes a little on the money we can spend on candy, decorations, costumes, etc. Let's face it, it's because parents too like to see their children go off to conquer sweets treats that they say nothing
What if we finally avoided giving candy on Halloween? After all, we know it’s not good for your health. It is not an easy reflection to do. Some parents allow candy regularly throughout the year. Others control them very carefully. For the children of the latter, Halloween is a time awaited all year round. As in everything, moderation tastes much better. Why remove everything? It would be better to go sparingly and take the time to enjoy the candy. After all, we all have a favorite candy. Which is yours ?
Costumes made at home or bought ready made?
Do you remember when you were young how were your costumes? I remember my mother asking us a few months in advance how we wanted to be disguised. Then we would choose the pattern and she would make it.
Today, we are all in a hurry. Our schedules are filled with a ton of responsibilities and a ton of activities. Not to mention that many have lost the tradition of sewing. So it's easier to go to a store to buy a full costume.