Today, we’re pitching Halloween.
You know how busy it is on October 31st. Everyone is trying to get home from work early to avoid the masses of migrating children, you’re worried that you’ll either have too much or too little candy and everyone is making plans with others.
You’re going to need a little down time after the mess that many call Halloween. However, there are some things you should remember to do the day after Hallow’s Eve.
1. Have you taken a peek at your front lawn? If it’s a disaster, we’re sorry. If you lawn is magically clean, then don’t brag. Wrappers, leftover tails and possibly toilet paper may litter many front lawns. Make sure to clean up what’s not organic before leaves, or possibly snow, covers it.
2. Before that 2 lb. bag of candy gets too tempting, get rid of it. Trust us, this will save you a few cavities and broken buttons. Keep a handful of your favorites, then donate the rest to your work.
3. Yes, it’s all right to leave up your Halloween decorations for awhile. Especially if they’re more Fall-related. But careful with those pumpkins. Don’t leave them out too long, or they’ll start to rot and stink. No one wants that.
After you’ve made it through the rush of Halloween, relax a little. It’s still Fall, so be sure to enjoy what’s left of the Fall colors and flavors. Check out a local restaurant for this season’s inspired foods or find a nice park to take a stroll in.
We hope you have such a great Halloween, it’s scary.