A lot of stores will sell candy for deep discounts on Nov. 1. Resist the urge to stock up! How do you plan on keeping the sugar-intake to a moderate level for your kids?
Here's your dilemma: You're usually Lance Armstrong for Halloween. This is now no longer acceptable, as you refuse to part with your toy medals. You're in a bind. We're here to help.
Halloween is scary business and its popularity is creepily climbing, with children and adults alike. As a parent and etiquette expert, I view this annual night of ghosts and ghouls, costumes and candy, as the perfect opportunity to reinforce manners, civility and neighbourly conduct.
My family is breaking up with commercial chocolate, or buying fair trade. I hope you will, too.
Don't ask me why I'm so excited to be visiting the Playboy Mansion for a Halloween party.
After decades of appearing in pumpkin patches to the delight of children around the world, the Great Pumpkin has decided to call it quits.
YouTube is famously reliable for its source pool of hilarious, adorable, and compellingly shareable dog and cat videos. So, with October nearing an end, What's Trending took the opportunity to compile the best of these furry friends' costumes for Halloween 2012!
Throwing a monster bash this Halloween? Here are five quick and easy Halloween treats to get you and your guests into the spirit of things.
It's that time of year when autumn leaves are falling, the air turns brisk and biting, and people start thinking about Halloween. I'm never too old to don a costume and hold out a hand for treats, but as a healthy living advocate, the problem I have with Halloween is all the candy.
Regardless of whether you are too old for haunted houses or young enough to still be terrified by bowls of blood (ketchup), Halloween is a time for parties, costumes or otherwise.
What is a Halloween-loving mom to do on Halloween? Do you say no candy and become the witch who ruined trick-or-treating?
It's that time of year again: one that has become the second biggest retail holiday of the year (I kid you not): Halloween! And of course New York has the best costumes and party items in the world.
Halloween can be fun and relatively healthy. The key is using moderation and making the best choice of the things available.
This year, seven out of 10 Americans will be celebrating Halloween, and they will, on average, spend nearly $80 bucks in honor of the holiday. Of that spending, which includes costumes, decorations and greeting cards, it's estimated that $24.25 of that total will go to candy sales.
I've never been good at outdoor Halloween decorations. I've tried, but usually end up ripping things down long before October 31 due to pure embarrassment. One thing I am pretty good at, however, is making Halloween costumes.