Halloween, which falls on 31 October 2021, will have a little twist this year
Halloween, or All Hallows Eve, may have macabre origins, but these days, it’s a day dedicated to having lots of spooky fun. However, thanks to a certain pandemic, there may not be big Halloween parties or trick-or-treat sessions with your neighbours, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a fang-tastic time at home. Instead of taking your kiddo from door to door this year, consider getting your fancy dress on, watching scary movies or TV shows (let your kids have a classic Halloween movie marathon with their friends with the Netflix Party extension for Google Chrome) and then indulge in sweet-but-healthy treats while you do the Monster Mash at home. Happy Halloween!
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