Heaven Hi and Happy Friday!
Tomorrow is a day that is celebrated by most of the western culture: Halloween. A lot of us still celebrate it, even though we’re long past the trick-or-treating stage, but do you know the history behind this spooky holiday? Check out this short informative video below:
Even if you don’t go out trick-or-treating or if you don’t want to stay home and hand out candy to the kids, there are different ways to celebrate. Halloween parties are a great tradition that can help bring all of your friends and family together.
If you prefer to spend some time with a special someone, an old school visit to a haunted house. You can also do something a little more autumn inspired instead of a Halloween. Go to a pumpkin patch for a late night walk. Go apple picking. Take a crisp walk in the park at night with a thermos full of hot cocoa.
Sharing special moments with your loved ones (whether it’s a spouse, your family, your friends, your kids, or a special pet) is an important part of being grounded and keeping a sense of balance in your life. It is important to have balance in your personal and professional life. Don’t miss out on these special moments.
The holidays are a great “excuse” to break away from work and ensure that you spend a special day with your family at least once a month – even Halloween. It may seem silly to celebrate Halloween when you’ve got a report due at work on Monday but there are more to our lives than reports. Even taking just an afternoon or an evening to spend with your kids while they go trick-or-treating is important.
Remember to keep a good balance in your life and have a great Halloween. Stay safe out there!
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Well, until next time! B BOP!