5 Last-Minute Halloween Activities

So tomorrow is Halloween and I don't know about you, but I feel like it came up really fast. I have told myself that I should at least do something for the holiday because I know that if I don't, I will regret it. I am a little too old to dress up and go trick-or-treating but let's be real here, I am going to miss it haha. Just because trick-or-treating is not on my agenda this year doesn't mean that I can't do anything. In fact, I already binged watched all 4 Halloweentown movies this year and I don't feel bad about it at all. For those that want to do something, but don't have anything planned on Halloween, I have come-up with a few things that you could do to say that you didn't completely ignore the holiday. Here it is...

1. Watch Halloween Movies

As previously mentioned, I have already watched the whole Disney Halloweentown series-it's my favorite. I'm not into the horror films but if you are, then you can do that. You can also call up your friends and invite them over for a mini movie night or you could just watch them by yourself-that's cool too.

2. Go To A Haunted House

I did this once but was unlucky enough to be pushed in the back where I was being followed the whole time and didn't realize it-yikes! Taking into account my past experience, I probably will not be doing this again anytime soon but if you like that kind of stuff then you could make it a fun trip with some of your besties.

3. Corn Maze

I've actually never been to a corn maze before but I hear that they are fun. Going when it is closer to night time or even dark outside would make it even more challenging.

4. Have A Mini Costume Party With Friends

This sounds like a great alternative to going trick-or-treating because costumes and candy are involved but your friends are too. Making some cute treats from Pinterest, hanging up some decorations, and inviting your friends over in their costumes could be a really fun party. Finding some fun games to play or even watching a movie could make it really fun.

5. Sleepover With Friends

If you don't find any of these interesting then you could just have a sleepover with your friends and even share scary stories around a campfire, just like old times. 

Any of these could make for a great time, even if trick-or-treating is out of the question. If you can think of any more things to do, then make sure to leave them in the comments below. Also, stay safe tomorrow evening! ♥



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