7 Ways To Celebrate Halloween If You Just Want To Stay Home

We’re giving you full permission to stay home this year. Who said witches don’t wear yoga pants and watch Netflix after all? 

Halloween, without a doubt, is a fun time of year. You have costumes to wear, candy to eat, and all kinds of activities to fill up your calendar. That being said, it can also be a bit exhausting. So what are you supposed to do when you want to stay in, but also take part in Halloween festivities?

 

Here Are A Few Ideas For A Stay At Home Halloween

Spooky Movie Marathon
This is probably the most obvious option, but it’s one of the best. It’s time to grab some popcorn and kick your feet up on the couch. Whether you want to watch something scary or kick back with a classic like Hocus Pocus, you can’t go wrong with a Halloween movie marathon.

Be Extra With Halloween Decor
The only thing getting lit this Halloween is your fall scented candles. Halloween is all about the ambiance. Find some candles at your local store this weekend or put up some cobwebs. Decorations are the perfect way to set the mood for a stay at home Halloween night.

Bake Something Scary Awesome
If the plethora of tv baking shows have taught us anything, it’s that you can take any theme and bake something from it. Nailed It has a Halloween themed episode…just saying. Since you’re not dressing up yourself, why not dress up something sweet or savory?

Creepy Craft Night
Halloween was made for Pinterest. Invite some friends over and have a craft night. You can make some ghost lollipops for Trick or Treaters or get creative with jack o’lanterns. Whatever you do, make sure it’s fun for you.

Listen To A True Crime Podcast
We’ve heard it’s the golden age of podcasts. If you’re not up to date on Serial or one of the countless true crime podcasts out there, this Halloween is prime time to catch up. That way the next time your friend says, “We should make a podcast,” you have some ideas to springboard.

Dress Up Your Pets
Who doesn’t love a wiener dog in a hot dog costume? Or a poodle dressed as Wonder Woman? Just because you’re not game to dress up, doesn’t mean you can’t get your pets in on the action.

Trade Your Costume For A Face Mask
Speaking of costumes, there are plenty of other ways to wear a mask this Halloween that won’t leave your skin irritated the next day. Put on a face mask to treat your skin. It’s time to Trick or Treat’yo self.

 

 

There you have it! We hope you enjoyed reading these seven ways to celebrate Halloween.  If you’re looking for a way to treat yourself with something other than candy, right now you can buy our Enzyme Exfoliating Mask and get our Papaya Scrub for free. Happy Halloween! 

 

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